## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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In a beam model , all the wetted components of the structure are modeled using

beam

transferred to the appropriate beam user -

In a beam model , all the wetted components of the structure are modeled using

beam

**elements**. ... This association permits the loads on the wetted surface to betransferred to the appropriate beam user -

**element**nodes of the model .Page 163

If PR is the N x M Structure Finite

module is represented by a shell finite

model consists of 7 , 160 shell

weight of ...

If PR is the N x M Structure Finite

**Element**Model The structural frame of themodule is represented by a shell finite

**element**model , shown in Fig . 4 . Themodel consists of 7 , 160 shell

**elements**, and involves 36 , 246 equations . Theweight of ...

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If the

quantities are transformed to the global system via a simple orthogonal

coordinate transformation . Note that us and up are defined as the derivatives of -

uz and u2 ...

If the

**element**is skewed relative to the global coordinate system , the**element**quantities are transformed to the global system via a simple orthogonal

coordinate transformation . Note that us and up are defined as the derivatives of -

uz and u2 ...

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### Contents

OMAE2001OSU5019 | 93 |

OMAE2001OSU5021 | 101 |

A Ship Maneuvering Control Framework | 111 |

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