## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2, Parts 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2000 - Arctic regions |

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And , the slowly varying wave drift forces were predicted on basis of the pressure

distribution method

was assumed in the second - order problem . The modal method is

...

And , the slowly varying wave drift forces were predicted on basis of the pressure

distribution method

**applying**the zero - draft theory . Then , a weak non - linearwas assumed in the second - order problem . The modal method is

**applied**to the...

Page 264

Two - dimensional finite element model is

water impact . Both domains : the water area and the ship structure are modelled

. A qualitative estimation of the ship structure flexibility on the hydrodynamic ...

Two - dimensional finite element model is

**applied**for the simulation of ship framewater impact . Both domains : the water area and the ship structure are modelled

. A qualitative estimation of the ship structure flexibility on the hydrodynamic ...

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So additional added water masses

of beam are M20 = 293 kg Ma = 32 kg E ( 5 ) where K , is the stress intensity

factor for first crack mode , and E is the Young ' s modulus . For the hollow beam ...

So additional added water masses

**applied**as concentrated loads at the two endsof beam are M20 = 293 kg Ma = 32 kg E ( 5 ) where K , is the stress intensity

factor for first crack mode , and E is the Young ' s modulus . For the hollow beam ...

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### Contents

OCEAN SPACE UTILIZATION AND OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 1 |

Evaluation of Low Frequency Motions of a Turret Moored FPSO System and Their Influence | 9 |

OMAE2000OSU OFT3005 | 17 |

Copyright | |

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