## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1991 - Arctic regions |

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It can be shown from the catenary solution of a cable which touches

before it reaches the anchor , that the amount of cable lying on the

given by : X , - X. = L - 1 ( 1 ) which then leads to the following transcendental

equation ...

It can be shown from the catenary solution of a cable which touches

**bottom**before it reaches the anchor , that the amount of cable lying on the

**bottom**isgiven by : X , - X. = L - 1 ( 1 ) which then leads to the following transcendental

equation ...

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X S , Q Q SA Sc Q2 Sc Sp Q2 Sp B B Figure 13 Computational domain for

diffraction problem by

Computational domain for diffraction problem by

1.0 0.5 х х Figure ...

X S , Q Q SA Sc Q2 Sc Sp Q2 Sp B B Figure 13 Computational domain for

diffraction problem by

**bottom**- seated rectangular cylinder Figure 16Computational domain for diffraction problem by

**bottom**- seated halfcylinder Ś1.0 0.5 х х Figure ...

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In the case of irregular Pierson - Moskowitz waves and a

EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION OF DAMPING pivoted cylinder , equation (

27 ) can be simplified to Several methods of varying degrees of sophistication are

B'ho io ...

In the case of irregular Pierson - Moskowitz waves and a

**bottom**EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION OF DAMPING pivoted cylinder , equation (

27 ) can be simplified to Several methods of varying degrees of sophistication are

B'ho io ...

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### Contents

SPECIAL SESSION HYDRODYNAMICS | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 29 |

SECONDORDER EFFECTS | 113 |

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