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

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Because small -

Because small -

**amplitude**waves of the KB equations are close approximations to those of ( 48 ) in the weakly nonlinear regime , we use the KB solutions ( 50 ) as the initial guess in the iterative procedure , to find solitary wave ...Page 356

Excitation force

Excitation force

**amplitude**in surge , 45 ° wave heading . Figure 23. Excitation force**amplitude**in sway , 90 ° wave heading . 0.007 3 -ܝ ܀ 0.006 2.5 E = 0 , E = 0.003 E = 0.007 0.005 E : 0 . € = 0.003 E = 0.007 2H 0.004 1.5 0.003 1 ...Page 523

This results show that additional bending moment induced by the platform motion is at the most 20 % of maximum storm load for pitch motion of 10 degrees of

This results show that additional bending moment induced by the platform motion is at the most 20 % of maximum storm load for pitch motion of 10 degrees of

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