## 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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The calculation of the elastic tension , damping , and pih 1 alement 1 A de 1 Y

and the vectors defining the location of its end nodes in inertial space . 1 is in the

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The calculation of the elastic tension , damping , and pih 1 alement 1 A de 1 Y

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There allow us to find the Euler angles from the

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cable

There allow us to find the Euler angles from the

**element**endpoint is no currentconsidered in the model , and thus v is the abso positions . lute velocity of the

cable

**element**with respect to the inertial 2.2 Intemal Forces frame . The drag ...Page 132

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### Contents

VERY LARGE FLOATING STRUCTURE | 1 |

OMAE99OSU3057 | 9 |

OMAE99OSU3058 | 17 |

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