## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1; Volume 8, Part 1American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1989 - Arctic regions |

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The last two terms are subject to the

+ ir - U ) - < C | Xį – U | ( - * - U ) > + k . X2 + k . Vir = Fz ( t ) + Fir ( t ) ( + ) . .

- 12 + ...

The last two terms are subject to the

**equation**mïp + m . Ïir + C \ . 12 . Vir - Ul ( - 12+ ir - U ) - < C | Xį – U | ( - * - U ) > + k . X2 + k . Vir = Fz ( t ) + Fir ( t ) ( + ) . .

**Equation**( 4 ) is replaced by the following linear**equation**0 . 2 m . sz + m . Ïir + c (- 12 + ...

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In general , if the system described in

, N

response time histories . Assuming that the system matrices are real and ...

In general , if the system described in

**Equation**( 1 ) has N degrees - of - freedom, N

**equations**can be obtained for each time step after discretizing the input andresponse time histories . Assuming that the system matrices are real and ...

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The stiffness matrix of

where the linear portion K reflects the usual small - displacement stiffness and Ko

shows the geometric effects induced by large - displacement considerations .

The stiffness matrix of

**equation**( 1 ) can best be represented as , ( 2 ) K = KL + Kewhere the linear portion K reflects the usual small - displacement stiffness and Ko

shows the geometric effects induced by large - displacement considerations .

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### Contents

OFFSHORE OUTLOOK 1989 | 1 |

Trends in U S Offshore Oil and Gas Development | 11 |

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING | 19 |

Copyright | |

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