## 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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catastrophe set in

because the excitation direction is = 225o . 70 MD SVWD SO 40 30 20 Yaw

angle ( deg ) Nondimensional time ( URL 0 SO 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 In

catastrophe set in

**Figure**3. The yaw angle motion is symmetric around 45 °because the excitation direction is = 225o . 70 MD SVWD SO 40 30 20 Yaw

angle ( deg ) Nondimensional time ( URL 0 SO 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 In

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° and the new equilibrium ( including the SVWD forces ) at 17 ° , because the

system is asymmetric with = 202.50 . The mirror images of 28 ° and 18 ° with ...

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**figure**could not be reproduced with equilibrium B ' ( from MWD forces ) at 27° and the new equilibrium ( including the SVWD forces ) at 17 ° , because the

system is asymmetric with = 202.50 . The mirror images of 28 ° and 18 ° with ...

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operator for heave motion . When the height of the duct is increased , the

amplitude of the first resonance period increases , too . In

presented the non ...

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**Figure**9**Figure**12 In**Figure**9 , it is presented the response amplitudeoperator for heave motion . When the height of the duct is increased , the

amplitude of the first resonance period increases , too . In

**Figure**12 , it ispresented the non ...

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