## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2; Volume 7, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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NON - GAUSSIAN DYNAMIC RESPONSE TO

NON - GAUSSIAN DYNAMIC RESPONSE TO

**DRAG**FORCE S. -L . J. Hu and S. Dixit Department of Ocean Engineering University of Rhode Island Kingston , Rhode Island #Y ως one Abstract T = time shifts . By fourth order cumulant of Y. This study ...Page 328

One problem in performing a frequency domain analysis lies in the nonlinear dependence of the

One problem in performing a frequency domain analysis lies in the nonlinear dependence of the

**drag**force on the fluid velocity . A common method to circumvent this difficulty is to linearize the**drag**force in such a way that the mean ...Page 331

3 RMS displacement of deck in sea state 1 due to linearized ( First Type ) , and nonlinear ( Second Type )

3 RMS displacement of deck in sea state 1 due to linearized ( First Type ) , and nonlinear ( Second Type )

**drag**force . Fig . 6 Power spectral densities ( PSDs ) of deck displacements in sea state 2 due to inertia and linearized**drag**...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCESI | 1 |

Catchment Regions of Multiple Dynamic Responses in Nonlinear Problems of Offshore Mechanics | 15 |

Hydrodynamic Forces on a Floating Cylinder in Waves of Finite Depth | 23 |

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acting amplitude analysis angle applied approximately assumed body boundary breaking calculated coefficient columns compared comparison component computed considered corresponding cylinder damping density depend depth derived determined diameter direction distribution domain drag drift force dynamic effects elevation energy Engineering equation estimated evaluated excitation experimental experiments expressed field Figure floating flow fluid free surface frequency function given horizontal hydrodynamic incident increase integral irregular length linear load mass mean measured Mechanics method motion obtained Ocean Offshore oscillation panels parameters period phase potential predicted present pressure problem range ratio region regular waves relative Research respectively response second order shear ship shown shows significant simulation solution spectra spectrum structure surface Table theory values velocity vertical wave drift wave forces wave height wind