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

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wavemaker THE NUMERICAL MODELLING The software suite includes a linear

wavemaker THE NUMERICAL MODELLING The software suite includes a linear

**frequency**- domain and non - linear time ... For the body dynamics , the linear**frequency**domain program ( Yemm et al 1998 , 2000 ) adopts a strip theory ...Page 73

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

following equation : h , ( t ) = doh , weier ( j = 1 , 2 ) ( 7 ) where H , ( w ) is the

hand , is ...

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

following equation : h , ( t ) = doh , weier ( j = 1 , 2 ) ( 7 ) where H , ( w ) is the

**frequency**response function of the 1st order wave force . H , ( w ) , on the otherhand , is ...

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The methods for using linear

the linear time - domain response of a rigid body have been in development for

many years [ 1 , 2 ] . Extension to non - linear flexible structures using general ...

The methods for using linear

**frequency**domain hydrodynamic forces to calculatethe linear time - domain response of a rigid body have been in development for

many years [ 1 , 2 ] . Extension to non - linear flexible structures using general ...

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### Contents

OMAE2001OSU5019 | 93 |

OMAE2001OSU5021 | 101 |

A Ship Maneuvering Control Framework | 111 |

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