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

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1 ( rad / s ) to

force Table 5 shows natural frequencies w , and damping coefficients derived

from free decay tests . N , and N , in the table are damping coefficients

proportional ...

1 ( rad / s ) to

**evaluate**memory effects and added mass . 4 . 2 Viscous dampingforce Table 5 shows natural frequencies w , and damping coefficients derived

from free decay tests . N , and N , in the table are damping coefficients

proportional ...

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A theoretical method is developed to

the source - dipole distribution method and modal expansions of structural

deflection . For the scattering potential the fluid region is divided into two regions .

A theoretical method is developed to

**evaluate**the radiation potential , based onthe source - dipole distribution method and modal expansions of structural

deflection . For the scattering potential the fluid region is divided into two regions .

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A flight simulator was used to

flight simulator

effect shows that the turbulance effect is predominant , and the elastic

deformation ...

A flight simulator was used to

**evaluate**the effect of an elastic deformation . ...flight simulator

**evaluation**of the GP course signal plus the upper air turbulanceeffect shows that the turbulance effect is predominant , and the elastic

deformation ...

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### Contents

OMAE2001OSU5019 | 93 |

OMAE2001OSU5021 | 101 |

A Ship Maneuvering Control Framework | 111 |

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