## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 9American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Arctic regions |

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ABSTRAC METHOD FOR ANALYSIS Forces on Slender Members The Morison equation for calculating the inline force by both wave and current on unit length of slender cylinder nay be expressed as as Based on linear wave theory , The

ABSTRAC METHOD FOR ANALYSIS Forces on Slender Members The Morison equation for calculating the inline force by both wave and current on unit length of slender cylinder nay be expressed as as Based on linear wave theory , The

**lift force**...Page 75

It is shown by authors ' model test data that Fxx / F > Fax / F > F / L / F , it means that usually the resultant force will not reach its maximum value when maximum

It is shown by authors ' model test data that Fxx / F > Fax / F > F / L / F , it means that usually the resultant force will not reach its maximum value when maximum

**lift force**appears . For example , the appearance of Ful / F > 1.0 is ...Page 76

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**lift force**is not important and C. value very close to the drag force coefficient Ca. on The compar i son of the relationship between both Co , Ca and KC is shown in Fig . 13. When KC > 30 , the difference between C ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES | 1 |

VOLUME OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY PART | 12 |

Simulation of Hurricane Seas in a Multidirectional Wave Basin | 17 |

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acting added amplitude analysis applied array average boundary calculated circular coefficients compared comparison component computed considered crest cylinder damping defined depends depth determined direction distribution drag drift dynamic effect elevation Engineering equation estimated experimental experiments expressed factor field Figure flow fluid force coefficients frequency function given horizontal hydrodynamic incident increase inertia integral irregular KC number length lift force linear load mass maximum mean measured method moored motion nonlinear obtained Ocean Offshore oscillation parameters peak period pile plate potential predicted present pressure problem random range ratio regular waves relative respectively response roughness ship shown shows simulation solution spectra spectrum speed structures surface surge Table technique term theory velocity vertical vortex wave force wave height wind