## 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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Then the

probability distribution of amplitude of measured line tension were shown . We

have not yet the complete theory explain these

research ...

Then the

**statistical**analysis carried out and In th highest peak values andprobability distribution of amplitude of measured line tension were shown . We

have not yet the complete theory explain these

**statistical**property . Advancedresearch ...

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The

skewness and kurtosis coefficients , without recourse to any physical wave theory

. Among

conventional ...

The

**statistical**models are based on observed wave**statistics**, such as theskewness and kurtosis coefficients , without recourse to any physical wave theory

. Among

**statistical**models , Hermite models are found more flexible thanconventional ...

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physical Stokes models , these

kinematic models of particle velocities and accelerations . However , empirical

kinematic models ( e.g. , various stretching theories ) may be of comparable

accuracy to ...

physical Stokes models , these

**statistical**models provide no associatedkinematic models of particle velocities and accelerations . However , empirical

kinematic models ( e.g. , various stretching theories ) may be of comparable

accuracy to ...

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### Contents

CONTENTS | 131 |

High Frequency Hydrodynamic Damping of a TLP | 147 |

A Comparison of Results | 153 |

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acceleration added amplitude analysis angle applied approach approximately assumed body boundary cable calculated coefficients compared components computed considered constant coordinate corresponding cylinder damping depth determined developed diffraction direction displacement distribution domain drag drift dynamic effect element Engineering equation estimated experimental experiments expressed field Figure floating flow fluid force free surface frequency function given height hydrodynamic included increase integral length lift force linear load mass maximum mean measured Mechanics method mode mooring motion natural nonlinear obtained Offshore operation oscillation period phase pile platform position potential predicted present pressure problem production range ratio relative represents respectively response second-order separation ship shown shows simulation solution stiffness structure surface surge Table Technology tension tests theory values velocity vertical vessel wave