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

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6 11611 = Ro ( 1 + 6 ) We assume the same kind of time dependence for the velocity potential ; Qi in the interior domain and ge in the exterior domain , the resolution of which gives the added mass and damping

6 11611 = Ro ( 1 + 6 ) We assume the same kind of time dependence for the velocity potential ; Qi in the interior domain and ge in the exterior domain , the resolution of which gives the added mass and damping

**coefficients**: gle = Re ...Page 333

or REFERENCES 8 FD p CD Ro H a2 w2 coswt 31 the contribution of drag effects to the damping

or REFERENCES 8 FD p CD Ro H a2 w2 coswt 31 the contribution of drag effects to the damping

**coefficient**is : 8 a Cad Co 372 Ro 1. C.J.R. GARRETT , 1971 : " Wave forces on a circular dock ” , J. Fluid Mech . vol . 46 , pp . 129-139 . 2.Page 385

The reason is that in this caso the

The reason is that in this caso the

**coefficients**are expected to depend very much on the amplitude of relative motion . ... A Cd1 CON D 1 KC Mm TD2 / 4 drag**coefficient**of one buoyancy element drag**coefficient**of N buoyancy elements ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

COMPLIANT STRUCTURES | 313 |

Identification of NonLinear Effects in Predicting the Motion Response of Mobile Platforms | 337 |

RISERSMOORINGSCABLES | 345 |

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