## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2007 - Arctic regions |

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Subscripts D and / mean the component of the

an initial pressure in the air chamber, V0 is an initial volume of the air chamber, p

is fluid density, g is the acceleration of gravity, a is angular frequency, ,dz ...

Subscripts D and / mean the component of the

**diffraction**or incident wave. P0 isan initial pressure in the air chamber, V0 is an initial volume of the air chamber, p

is fluid density, g is the acceleration of gravity, a is angular frequency, ,dz ...

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Calculate the hydrodynamic loads (

coefficients) of the MOB using the N- body or generalized modes solution of a

hydrodynamic analysis code such as HIP AN. 2. Map frequency-domain

hydrodynamic ...

Calculate the hydrodynamic loads (

**diffraction**forces and hydrodynamiccoefficients) of the MOB using the N- body or generalized modes solution of a

hydrodynamic analysis code such as HIP AN. 2. Map frequency-domain

hydrodynamic ...

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coefficients, excitation forces from

response amplitude operators ~ RAOs), and the hydrodynamic pressure on the

body. HIPAN also outputs the hydrostatic stiffness of the body being analyzed.

Both the ...

coefficients, excitation forces from

**diffraction**potential, motions of the body (response amplitude operators ~ RAOs), and the hydrodynamic pressure on the

body. HIPAN also outputs the hydrostatic stiffness of the body being analyzed.

Both the ...

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### Contents

OMAE2001OSU5019 | 93 |

OMAE2001OSU5021 | 101 |

OMAE2001OSU5022 | 111 |

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