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

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The velocity of the water particle , assumed to be a function of time t and depth z , is given by the equation ( 12 ) V ( z ) + ü ( 1,2 ) , ( 11 ) where V ( z )

The velocity of the water particle , assumed to be a function of time t and depth z , is given by the equation ( 12 ) V ( z ) + ü ( 1,2 ) , ( 11 ) where V ( z )

**represents**the time - independent current velocity and i ( 1.3 )**represents**...Page 366

However , for a limited N , Eq . ( 12 ) still

However , for a limited N , Eq . ( 12 ) still

**represents**a Gaussian process , while Eg . ( 11 ) will not . ... The model accounts for non - linear drag and relative velocity , and was tuned in order to**represent**the full - length riser ...Page 473

Similarly , the amount of additional moment to increase the displacement from " B " to " B ' “

Similarly , the amount of additional moment to increase the displacement from " B " to " B ' “

**represents**the P - Delta on the softer system " T1 " . NO P - DELTA 1.1 WN NO P - DELTA LAT.LOAD STIFFER SYSTE 0.9 0.8 WITH P - DELTA 0.7 0.6 ...### 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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