## 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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A Spar with 13 % strakes all around will

more related to D = straked diameter 1.26 * ( unstraked diameter ) . Figure 5

that ...

A Spar with 13 % strakes all around will

**show**A / D v / s Ur responses which aremore related to D = straked diameter 1.26 * ( unstraked diameter ) . Figure 5

**shows**typical plot of A / D v / s Current Speed test data for a Cell Spar [ 8 ] . Notethat ...

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( 12 ) , the results from the proposed method and the boundary - layer correction

are very close to each other and

14 )

stiffness .

( 12 ) , the results from the proposed method and the boundary - layer correction

are very close to each other and

**show**very good agreement with the ... Figure (14 )

**shows**a set of simulations for Case 2 but changing here the bendingstiffness .

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Since one of the traces ( in this case , the 90 degree phase angle ) reaches 6

inches , this

slack and the LMRP displacement for 16 ft and 20 ft significant wave heights

using ...

Since one of the traces ( in this case , the 90 degree phase angle ) reaches 6

inches , this

**shows**that this tension setting just ... Figures 7 and 8**show**the ropeslack and the LMRP displacement for 16 ft and 20 ft significant wave heights

using ...

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