## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1; Volume 7, Part 1American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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( A1 ) • The coefficient matrix is diagonal , simplifying the solution . where , Solution using Implicit Integration Scheme 8 At time t + at , proceed as follows : AU ( i ) Increment in

( A1 ) • The coefficient matrix is diagonal , simplifying the solution . where , Solution using Implicit Integration Scheme 8 At time t + at , proceed as follows : AU ( i ) Increment in

**displacement**, for iteration i M , C Mass and ...Page 297

The wave kinematics for all three cases were calculated in the deformed configuration ( large

The wave kinematics for all three cases were calculated in the deformed configuration ( large

**displacement**effects ) . Relative velocity effects were included . position . The peak**displacement**is approximately 260 feet .Page 301

2 ho ou ' * sdiso yrs tve - x ' X - DECX

2 ho ou ' * sdiso yrs tve - x ' X - DECX

**DISPLACEMENT**FT ) * TENDON TENSION ( KIPS ) x DECX RESPONSE FT2 - SEC X VERTICAL**DISPLACEMENT**ET ) * 10 - - TENDON TENSION ( KIPS ) * 300.0 VERT . VAVE. 3. Or 2. OF -0.0 -12.0N 1.01 : O QOS 8-15 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

FLOATING PRODUCTION SYSTEMS | 1 |

Early Production Systems in the North | 31 |

Dynamic Motions and Mooring Line Dynamics of the Veslefrikk Floating Production System | 49 |

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