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

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LWWYEEEST bending stiffness combined stiffness equivalent geometric stiffness it component of a

LWWYEEEST bending stiffness combined stiffness equivalent geometric stiffness it component of a

**vector**rotational ... the riser pipe coefficient**vectors**in the harmonic expansion of the response drag coefficient added mass coefficient ...Page 623

... by the inner products of a certain combination involving initial response increments and residual force

... by the inner products of a certain combination involving initial response increments and residual force

**vectors**. ... displacement increment**vector**of modified Newton - Raphson iteration ᎡᎵ global residual force**vector**at the end ...Page 625

ia where rih = ( 17,42 ) + < 7 ; , Ya > -10 % inyanj ) n ( 6 ) ia ji is the residual force

ia where rih = ( 17,42 ) + < 7 ; , Ya > -10 % inyanj ) n ( 6 ) ia ji is the residual force

**vector**at the end of iteration step n . And the left hand side term of ( 5 ) is used for constructing the tangential stiffness matrix for various ...### 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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amplitude analysis applied approach array axial barge beam bending buoyancy cable calculated coefficient combination compared configuration considered corresponding curvature curve damping defined depth determined developed direction displacement distribution drag dynamic effects element Engineering equation estimated extreme factor fatigue Figure flexible riser flow force frequency function geometry given height important increase interaction length linear load marine mass matrix maximum mean measured method mode mooring motion natural Non-dim nonlinear normal obtained offshore operation parameters performed period phase pile platform position Potential predicted present problem production programs ratio REFERENCES relative represents respectively response riser rotating seas selection ship shown shows simulation soil solution static stiffness strain stress structure surface Table tension tests values vector vertical vessel wave wind