## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic EngineeringAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1994 - Arctic regions |

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The nonlinear behavior may arise due to a number of factors, including the

mooring line tension-strain relation, the drag acting on the mooring line and

, and changes in the wetted volume of the

the ...

The nonlinear behavior may arise due to a number of factors, including the

mooring line tension-strain relation, the drag acting on the mooring line and

**buoy**, and changes in the wetted volume of the

**buoy**during the motion. While most ofthe ...

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173 of Chakrabarti (1987), the drag becomes 1 8 D* = nPCDAB'T-Vrx\vrtp\ (6) i

05T In the frequency domain approach, this leads to an iterative solution of the

motions ...

173 of Chakrabarti (1987), the drag becomes 1 8 D* = nPCDAB'T-Vrx\vrtp\ (6) i

05T In the frequency domain approach, this leads to an iterative solution of the

**buoy**motions. The quantity |vrrp| is considered as a constant, with the**buoy**motions ...

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BEHAVIOUR OF A MOORED DISCUS

SPECTRUM Solomon C. S. Yim Department of Civil Engineering Oregon State

University Corvallis, Oregon A NUMERICAL/EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE ...

BEHAVIOUR OF A MOORED DISCUS

**BUOY**IN AN OCHI-HUBBLE WAVESPECTRUM Solomon C. S. Yim Department of Civil Engineering Oregon State

University Corvallis, Oregon A NUMERICAL/EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

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