## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1992 - Arctic regions |

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아 n = 135.0 without the effect of the cross

아 n = 135.0 without the effect of the cross

**angles**= 123.75 ° , without the effect of the cross**angles*** = 112.5 ° ... with and without the effect of the cross**angle**with and without the effect of the cross**angle**2.0 8.0 7 = 135.00 .Page 167

( 9 ) where is the average roll amplitude , and x is the bias

( 9 ) where is the average roll amplitude , and x is the bias

**angle**. H ( t ) - Vit ) - V. ) ( 6 ) Then H ( t ) - B. ut ) ( 7 ) It is seen from Figure 9 that A , and A , are nonlinear functions in 2. The Figure also shows that the ...Page 503

The equilibrium conditions of platform can be determined from equation ( 3 ) if the displacement and the center of buoyancy of platform under the inclination waterplane at the damage condition are got . the

The equilibrium conditions of platform can be determined from equation ( 3 ) if the displacement and the center of buoyancy of platform under the inclination waterplane at the damage condition are got . the

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### Contents

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 69 |

WaveCurrent Forces on Slender Circular Cylinder | 117 |

DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES | 127 |

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