## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 18, Part 6American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1999 - Arctic regions |

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is the Hankel function , and r and F denote the wave

with the other cosine thus , the waves reflected by the shoreline can not be

transmodes mitted through the longitudinal edges when B is less than the critical

is the Hankel function , and r and F denote the wave

**angles**B varying from 0 ...with the other cosine thus , the waves reflected by the shoreline can not be

transmodes mitted through the longitudinal edges when B is less than the critical

**angle**.Page 92

2.1 Kinematics The orientation of each discretized cable element is rep resented

using a Z -Y - X ( vb , e , ) Euler

considered in the simulation , and , as a result , only two of the three Euler

are ...

2.1 Kinematics The orientation of each discretized cable element is rep resented

using a Z -Y - X ( vb , e , ) Euler

**angle**set ... The torsion of the cable is notconsidered in the simulation , and , as a result , only two of the three Euler

**angles**are ...

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The corresponding state vector is X = from feedback of the roll

elevator deflection V rudder action operating on roll

Assembly of the first order equations , and implementation of the Runga Kutta ...

The corresponding state vector is X = from feedback of the roll

**angle**and rates ,elevator deflection V rudder action operating on roll

**angle**feedback . The rudderAssembly of the first order equations , and implementation of the Runga Kutta ...

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### Contents

VERY LARGE FLOATING STRUCTURE | 1 |

OMAE99OSU3057 | 9 |

OMAE99OSU3058 | 17 |

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