## 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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The drag loads on the mooring lines result in additional low frequency and wave

frequency

frequency

The drag loads on the mooring lines result in additional low frequency and wave

frequency

**damping**for the moored CALM buoy . For moored FPSOs only the lowfrequency

**damping**contributions from the mooring system are important , while ...Page 811

In predicting maximum heave motion a

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

in between the 3 % and the 10 %

...

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 the 10 %

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

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model was therefore initially set equal to 1 % . Due to increased

water , the

evaluate ...

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**damping**. The**damping**level implemented in the RIFLEX responsemodel was therefore initially set equal to 1 % . Due to increased

**damping**inwater , the

**damping**will be higher during passage of a wave crest . In order toevaluate ...

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### Contents

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 608 |

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