## 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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whereas design waves with a return period of order 100 years are of interest here

. Secondly , since the wave drift

= where the angular frequency w = 21 / T , and the phase angle & added mass ...

whereas design waves with a return period of order 100 years are of interest here

. Secondly , since the wave drift

**force**and iceberg where the angular frequency w= where the angular frequency w = 21 / T , and the phase angle & added mass ...

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For the beta model , these are : Peak suction

section small scale of details in the trench profile - will cause the riser to be forced

...

For the beta model , these are : Peak suction

**force**Total vertical extent of suction**force**Vertical extent of**force**build - up section Vertical extent of**force**decaysection small scale of details in the trench profile - will cause the riser to be forced

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In this paper , only the slow - drift wave

motions . The states ( i.e. displacements and velocity ) caused by slow - drift wave

In this paper , only the slow - drift wave

**forces**are simulated to represent LFmotions . The states ( i.e. displacements and velocity ) caused by slow - drift wave

**force**are fedback into the closed loop system and the**force**...### What people are saying - Write a review

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