## 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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From these motion signals the natural periods of the moored CALM buoy were

derived , as well as the linear and quadratic

have been summarised in Table 8 . Due to the dynamic behavior of the mooring ...

From these motion signals the natural periods of the moored CALM buoy were

derived , as well as the linear and quadratic

**damping**coefficients . Their valueshave been summarised in Table 8 . Due to the dynamic behavior of the mooring ...

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In predicting maximum heave motion a

are derived from the previous SCF model tests . The 5 %

in between the 3 % and the10 %

...

In predicting maximum heave motion a

**damping**ratios i.e. , 5 % is used whichare derived from the previous SCF model tests . The 5 %

**damping**ratio is fallingin between the 3 % and the10 %

**damping**ratios corresponding to a SCF without...

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The

initially set equal to 1 % . Due to increased

be higher during passage of a wave crest . In order to evaluate the effect of

The

**damping**level implemented in the RIFLEX response model was thereforeinitially set equal to 1 % . Due to increased

**damping**in water , the**damping**willbe higher during passage of a wave crest . In order to evaluate the effect of

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