## 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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No assumption of linearity, with regard to drag force, is made in this procedure except that the first-order motion transfer functions are

No assumption of linearity, with regard to drag force, is made in this procedure except that the first-order motion transfer functions are

**obtained**, separately, using the Morison equation formulation which linearizes the drag force to ...Page 34

If X; is a normal variate, i.e. N^, a^), one of the following two equations can be used to

If X; is a normal variate, i.e. N^, a^), one of the following two equations can be used to

**obtain**the required conditional ... is then**obtained**through, (15) Once the point Sj, is determined, the conditional standard deviation, g^, ...Page 378

... the deterministic functions a(ffi) and a(k,$) are

... the deterministic functions a(ffi) and a(k,$) are

**obtained**respectively from the directional frequency spectrum ... linear numerical simulations were performed to**obtain**several runs of vertical displacements in the overall mean ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 69 |

WaveCurrent Forces on Slender Circular Cylinder | 117 |

DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES | 127 |

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