## 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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Core Coon Cpr and are non - dimensional coefficients ; h , Cp / a , and hcpa are

equivalent

Cpg / a , and hC's / a equivalent

Core Coon Cpr and are non - dimensional coefficients ; h , Cp / a , and hcpa are

equivalent

**mass**coefficients of hydrodynamic pressure for rigid structures ; h ,Cpg / a , and hC's / a equivalent

**mass**coefficients of hydrodynamic pressure of ...Page 93

The effects of added

element

tangential direction , the

produced by ...

The effects of added

**mass**are accounted for in the cable Pi = Column – 08- ? )element

**mass**matrix . Assuming there are no added**mass**effects in thetangential direction , the

**mass**matrix for the ith Again , only the tensile forceproduced by ...

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The robot has a basic

drags about 25 kg of the surrounding water with it . This

Changing B changes

The robot has a basic

**mass**of 50 kg when neutrally buoyant . When it moves , itdrags about 25 kg of the surrounding water with it . This

**mass**is included in M.Changing B changes

**mass**by B / g . This**mass**change is also included in M.### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

VERY LARGE FLOATING STRUCTURE | 1 |

OMAE99OSU3057 | 9 |

OMAE99OSU3058 | 17 |

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