## 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 first step is the calculation of the dependent coordinates from the

joint coordinates coming from the integration process . These

coordinates describe the motion of a body in the chain

body .

The first step is the calculation of the dependent coordinates from the

**relative**joint coordinates coming from the integration process . These

**relative**jointcoordinates describe the motion of a body in the chain

**relative**to the previousbody .

Page 950

The difficulty of arrival and departure procedures depends on the wind speed ,

wave height , current speed and wind , wave and current direction

FLNG . Once these

FLNG ...

The difficulty of arrival and departure procedures depends on the wind speed ,

wave height , current speed and wind , wave and current direction

**relative**to theFLNG . Once these

**relative**directions are fixed , the actual orientation of theFLNG ...

Page 999

All appendages are mounted on an rotatable sleeve , so that different

current directions can be easily tested to investigate directional sensitivity of VIM

response . A system of several strategically located force coefficients allows ...

All appendages are mounted on an rotatable sleeve , so that different

**relative**current directions can be easily tested to investigate directional sensitivity of VIM

response . A system of several strategically located force coefficients allows ...

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### Contents

PART | 595 |

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 608 |

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