## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 11, Part 1American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1992 - Arctic regions |

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The coordinate system in which these two vectors are

The coordinate system in which these two vectors are

**expressed**have different orientations and to compute the difference between the two vectors , they must be**expressed**in a common reference frame . The reference frame may be chosen as ...Page 320

The nonlinear strains in Eq . ( 5 ) indicate that moderate rotations with respect to the convected axes are included ; they may be

The nonlinear strains in Eq . ( 5 ) indicate that moderate rotations with respect to the convected axes are included ; they may be

**expressed**more conveniently in the form : E - AO ( 6 ) NL = where The standard twelve degrees of freedom ...Page 502

If the longitudinal and transverse center of gravity and buoyancy have same numerical value at the intact condition of platform , the equilibrium equation of platform in the coordinate system can be

If the longitudinal and transverse center of gravity and buoyancy have same numerical value at the intact condition of platform , the equilibrium equation of platform in the coordinate system can be

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### Contents

Aage H Hotta J B Petersen | 1 |

Directional Wave Observations During High Sea States From an NDBC Discus Buoy | 25 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 69 |

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added amplitude analysis applied assumed body boundary breaking buoy cable calculated coefficients combined compared components computed considered corresponding cylinder damping dependent depth determined direction displacement distribution domain drag dynamic effect energy Engineering equation estimated excitation experimental experiments expressed extreme Figure floating flow fluid force frequency function given heave height hydrodynamic included increase integral internal length lift force linear load mass maximum mean measured Mechanics method mode motion natural nonlinear normal observed obtained Ocean Offshore Operator oscillation parameters peak period plate platform potential prediction presented pressure problem range reduced region relative respectively response riser second-order ship shown shows significant simulation solution spectra spectrum speed structural submerged surface surge Table tension values vector velocity vertical wave wind