## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1, Parts 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2004 - Arctic regions |

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2 ) In the unstable lateral response cases , the

were generally half the

observed at all

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2 ) In the unstable lateral response cases , the

**frequency**of the lateral responseswere generally half the

**frequency**of ... Small responses of deflection wereobserved at all

**frequencies**in the experiment and they were generally larger than...

Page 307

One is the vortex shedding

this structure . The natural

1.98 Hz which correctly corresponds to the value measured from the free

vibration ...

One is the vortex shedding

**frequency**and the other is the natural**frequency**ofthis structure . The natural

**frequency**n / 21 is obtained by using Eq . ( 14 ) . to be1.98 Hz which correctly corresponds to the value measured from the free

vibration ...

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It is confirmed from this figure that the Fourier component of the top peak

lift coefficients Cl obtained from Eq . ( 24 ) with respect to the ratio of the shedding

...

It is confirmed from this figure that the Fourier component of the top peak

**frequency**is dominant in the vertical displacement . .Figure 11. shows estimatedlift coefficients Cl obtained from Eq . ( 24 ) with respect to the ratio of the shedding

...

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