## 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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At the touchdown region , for instance , the

maximum curvature . For real risers , the bending stiffness effect is relevant only

at small boundary layers around the points where the

represent ...

At the touchdown region , for instance , the

**cable**model overestimates themaximum curvature . For real risers , the bending stiffness effect is relevant only

at small boundary layers around the points where the

**cable**model cannotrepresent ...

Page 694

( z ) ) and the drag coefficient c , ( s ) , one must obtain the static configuration of

the

can be derived by means of the usual equations of geometric compatibility , force

...

( z ) ) and the drag coefficient c , ( s ) , one must obtain the static configuration of

the

**cable**. The two - dimensional static problem model of an inextensible**cable**can be derived by means of the usual equations of geometric compatibility , force

...

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At last , the boundary - layer correction for the points of the

an abrupt change in the submerged weight is presented . If this abrupt change

takes place at the curvilinear coordinate ī , one obtains : Sde de de ( s ) = ( s ) +

ds ...

At last , the boundary - layer correction for the points of the

**cable**where there isan abrupt change in the submerged weight is presented . If this abrupt change

takes place at the curvilinear coordinate ī , one obtains : Sde de de ( s ) = ( s ) +

ds ...

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