## 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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NUMERICAL SETUP ( b ) T = 6.2 S AND T = 6.3 S ( c ) T = 6.4 S AND T = 6.5 S

simple stability study shows that the natural equilibrium of the box is 45 ° turned

from its initial

NUMERICAL SETUP ( b ) T = 6.2 S AND T = 6.3 S ( c ) T = 6.4 S AND T = 6.5 S

simple stability study shows that the natural equilibrium of the box is 45 ° turned

from its initial

**position**. From t = 0 s to t = to = 2.89 s , the piston does not move .Page 772

The maps show how the forces / moment acting on shuttle ship vary according to

its downstream

dimensional forces and moments are defined as follow : Table 1 - FPSO / shuttle

...

The maps show how the forces / moment acting on shuttle ship vary according to

its downstream

**position**, for a given heading combination . The maps non -dimensional forces and moments are defined as follow : Table 1 - FPSO / shuttle

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These basic parameters may be taken from static configurations found with the

vessel at various

analysis with the surface vessel at the near inline

These basic parameters may be taken from static configurations found with the

vessel at various

**positions**; e.g. near ... for a seafloor without a trench : Staticanalysis with the surface vessel at the near inline

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