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

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THE NUMERICAL MODELLING The software suite includes a linear

domain and non-linear time-domain computer codes for the body dynamics and

non-linear time-domain code for the mooring. For the body dynamics, the linear ...

THE NUMERICAL MODELLING The software suite includes a linear

**frequency**-domain and non-linear time-domain computer codes for the body dynamics and

non-linear time-domain code for the mooring. For the body dynamics, the linear ...

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They are derived from Fourier transforms of function H .(ay) such as in the

following equation: where //j(tu) is the

order wave force. H2(w), on the other hand, is given by the following equation

using the ...

They are derived from Fourier transforms of function H .(ay) such as in the

following equation: where //j(tu) is the

**frequency**response function of the 1storder wave force. H2(w), on the other hand, is given by the following equation

using the ...

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Thin solid line in Figure 6(1) shows the power spectrum for wave outside a reef

and it has dominant peak at 0.62Hz and also other peak

twice and the third times of the dominant peak

6(1) ...

Thin solid line in Figure 6(1) shows the power spectrum for wave outside a reef

and it has dominant peak at 0.62Hz and also other peak

**frequencies**are thetwice and the third times of the dominant peak

**frequency**. Fat solid line in Figure6(1) ...

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