## 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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A frequency

structure interaction . Numerical examples are presented to show the leasibility of

the active and passive hybrid tendon control of large lloating structures .

A frequency

**domain**control algorithm is presented by taking into account fluidstructure interaction . Numerical examples are presented to show the leasibility of

the active and passive hybrid tendon control of large lloating structures .

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Estimation Methods of Hydro - elastic Responses on Very Large Floating

Structure in Time

Minato - ku , Tokyo 106-8558 , Japan ...

Estimation Methods of Hydro - elastic Responses on Very Large Floating

Structure in Time

**Domain**Hisaaki Maeda University of Tokyo 7-22-1 Roppongi ,Minato - ku , Tokyo 106-8558 , Japan ...

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In frequency

are established . In time

and the coefficients of the mooring force are formulated . The pressure ...

In frequency

**domain**, the mooring force of the first - order and the second - orderare established . In time

**domain**, the approximate equation of motion is shown ,and the coefficients of the mooring force are formulated . The pressure ...

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### Contents

VERY LARGE FLOATING STRUCTURE | 1 |

OMAE99OSU3057 | 9 |

OMAE99OSU3058 | 17 |

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