## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2; Volume 7, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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2 ( 2 ) where , 5 ( w ) : two sided spectrum S ( w ) : one sided spectrum ( 5 ) Following the same steps as in case of first order response , the spectrum for second order dynamics of a floating body is given as ; The

2 ( 2 ) where , 5 ( w ) : two sided spectrum S ( w ) : one sided spectrum ( 5 ) Following the same steps as in case of first order response , the spectrum for second order dynamics of a floating body is given as ; The

**equation**( 1 ) ...Page 320

( w ) - p aloo ) + b ( w ) - bloo ) = [ paw a ( w ) - p aloo ) + b ( w ) - ( 0 ) ( 20 ) Considering

( w ) - p aloo ) + b ( w ) - bloo ) = [ paw a ( w ) - p aloo ) + b ( w ) - ( 0 ) ( 20 ) Considering

**Equations**( 16 ) and ... v ( t ) - b ( c ) v ( t ) ca ( 21 ) where its " regular " part F * ( p ) , in accordance with**Equation**( 18 ) ...Page 342

In such a case , it is generally agreed that the governing differential

In such a case , it is generally agreed that the governing differential

**equation**is of the form : ( 12 ) satisfies these postulates and is unique within a constant factor ( see 3 e.g. [ 5 ] ) . ỹ + ay + y + + by ly - y = x | ( 14 ) ים ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCESI | 1 |

Hydrodynamic Forces on a Floating Cylinder in Waves of Finite Depth | 23 |

Wave Load Estimation in Deep Water as Affected by Wave Period Errors | 33 |

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