## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2; Volume 8, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1989 - Arctic regions |

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Maximum Uplift

Standard A - 2 C - 2 O A - 2 0 B2-1 I BA - 1 slit 1.0 + 100 A C - 2 Uplift

Air Chamber sec 0.5 1.0Bz - 1 A - 1 T = 1.2 sec 10 50 Ratio of Maximum Uplift ...

Maximum Uplift

**Wave Force**- 09-0 . Eq . ( 15 ) at slit. gf / cm gf / cm 150 150 A - 1Standard A - 2 C - 2 O A - 2 0 B2-1 I BA - 1 slit 1.0 + 100 A C - 2 Uplift

**Wave Force**Air Chamber sec 0.5 1.0Bz - 1 A - 1 T = 1.2 sec 10 50 Ratio of Maximum Uplift ...

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INTRODUCTION on wave This study is to discuss experimentally the

acting on a submerged sphere in relation to the flow pattern . Flow condition

which characterizes the

INTRODUCTION on wave This study is to discuss experimentally the

**wave forces**acting on a submerged sphere in relation to the flow pattern . Flow condition

which characterizes the

**wave force**is shown to be classified into four types .Page 146

Fx and Fz were decomposed into the drag inertia forces using the Morison

equation ; wave on a and ( 1 ) are cannot Fx = į ... With this background , this

paper is to investigate experimentally the

sphere .

Fx and Fz were decomposed into the drag inertia forces using the Morison

equation ; wave on a and ( 1 ) are cannot Fx = į ... With this background , this

paper is to investigate experimentally the

**wave force**acting on a submergedsphere .

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### Contents

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 1 |

WaveCurrent Force on Horizontal Cylinder | 7 |

DoubleFactor Method for the Linearization of Drag Force | 39 |

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