## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1, Parts 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2004 - Arctic regions |

### From inside the book

Results 1-3 of 80

Page 974

In Figure 7 , it is

Notice that this system presents two resonance periods and two cancel amplitude

points . When the ratio between the area of the moonpool and the area of ...

In Figure 7 , it is

**presented**the response amplitude operator for heave motion .Notice that this system presents two resonance periods and two cancel amplitude

points . When the ratio between the area of the moonpool and the area of ...

Page 975

240 Figure 9 Figure 12 In Figure 9 , it is

operator for heave motion . When the height of the duct is increased , the

amplitude of the first resonance period increases , too . In Figure 12 , it is

240 Figure 9 Figure 12 In Figure 9 , it is

**presented**the response amplitudeoperator for heave motion . When the height of the duct is increased , the

amplitude of the first resonance period increases , too . In Figure 12 , it is

**presented**the non ...Page 1145

These limits are

of 9 ° is also exceeded for the 1 - year summer storm environment with a value of

10.9 ° observed . This peak occurs when the vessel pitch angle is 3.56o and ...

These limits are

**presented**in Table 4 . 1 Year Summer Storm The UFJ angle limitof 9 ° is also exceeded for the 1 - year summer storm environment with a value of

10.9 ° observed . This peak occurs when the vessel pitch angle is 3.56o and ...

### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### Other editions - View all

### Common terms and phrases

added amplitude analysis angle applied approach ASME barge bending body boundary cable calculated coefficients combined component computed connection considered Copyright corresponding damage damping deck depth determined developed diffraction direction displacement dynamic effect element Engineering equation factor fatigue field Figure floating force FPSO free surface frequency function given heading heave height horizontal hull iceberg impact increase installation integration interaction International jacket joint length limit linear load mass maximum mean measured Mechanics method model tests mooring mooring lines motion natural nonlinear numerical obtained Offshore operation parameters performed period pile platform position possible potential predicted presented pressure problem range response riser ship shown shows simulation solution Spar stiffness stress structure surface Table tank tension tests values velocity vertical vessel wave wind