## 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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Furthermore , the value of the Co coefficients in the sub -

Furthermore , the value of the Co coefficients in the sub -

**critical**and in the super -**critical**flow regime are close to each other especially for the KT - joint . One reason for this is that the wake behind the joints is highly ...Page 53

CONCLUSIONS For the T - joint the variation of the drag coefficient with the Reynolds number for current angles Oo and 22.5 ° is more pronounced than for the KT- and the Kjoint with a larger drop in the

CONCLUSIONS For the T - joint the variation of the drag coefficient with the Reynolds number for current angles Oo and 22.5 ° is more pronounced than for the KT- and the Kjoint with a larger drop in the

**critical**flow regime .Page 429

VARIATION OF IMPACT POINT ON PLATFORM 500

VARIATION OF IMPACT POINT ON PLATFORM 500

**CRITICAL**VELOCITY TABLES In order to determine**critical**velocities for ship impact risk analysis , a number of different cases have been simulated . The cases were the following : 400 300 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

CONTENTS | 131 |

High Frequency Hydrodynamic Damping of a TLP | 147 |

A Comparison of Results | 153 |

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