## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 6American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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**stiffness**, and the suspended total weight W. K1 , K3 , K4 , Ks , consist of two terms , and , as the suspended weight is reduced to zero , the first term is reduced to a function of the geometry and the wirerope**stiffness**while the ...Page 33

It is obvious that a crane constructed that way would have a The same was done for the linearized mathematical model and it was fractic of the

It is obvious that a crane constructed that way would have a The same was done for the linearized mathematical model and it was fractic of the

**stiffness**of the proposed robot crane to horizontal found that the two lines are ...Page 34

1.524M ( 60 in ) o 280.0 2400.0 0 o 2100.0 240.0 Z ' 1800.0 200.0 1500.0

1.524M ( 60 in ) o 280.0 2400.0 0 o 2100.0 240.0 Z ' 1800.0 200.0 1500.0

**STIFFNESS**( LBF.IN ) Figure 13 shows how the**stiffness**, to an external moment M ,, varies with the suspended weight and wire length .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 3D GRAPHICS | 1 |

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY ROBOTICS AND SYSTEMS CONTROL | 29 |

A Computer System for Permanent Control of Offshore Structure Behaviour | 39 |

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