## 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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Figure 7 .

vertical displacement z of the cylinder in Fig . 5 . Obviously there are two notable

peaks . [ ] d top two peak frequencies ( Hz ) 05 2 . 5 1 . 5 calculated shedding ...

Figure 7 .

**shows**the corresponding result of Fourier transform of a time history ofvertical displacement z of the cylinder in Fig . 5 . Obviously there are two notable

peaks . [ ] d top two peak frequencies ( Hz ) 05 2 . 5 1 . 5 calculated shedding ...

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Figure 10 ( a )

with floaters . Co Distribution Table 1 - Main dimensions and conditions of the

riser . Item Value Outer Diameter ( m ) - Inner Diameter ( m ) 0 . 25 - 0 .

Figure 10 ( a )

**shows**the distribution of effective tension along the length for riserwith floaters . Co Distribution Table 1 - Main dimensions and conditions of the

riser . Item Value Outer Diameter ( m ) - Inner Diameter ( m ) 0 . 25 - 0 .

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Table 5

considerations for adopted drag coefficient distribution along riser length were

presented . Comparison between calculations and experimental results in the

case of riser ...

Table 5

**shows**internal fluid flow properties in the calculations . Differentconsiderations for adopted drag coefficient distribution along riser length were

presented . Comparison between calculations and experimental results in the

case of riser ...

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