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

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In all cases, the cylinder oscillation was sinusoidal (transverse to the flow) and

began at the onset of the steady ... Table 2

/tso a mesh & Ar CD CL Lock-on 200 0.098 1.7 1.0 161 x 129 x 0.01 1.9f 0.2 t B.0

...

In all cases, the cylinder oscillation was sinusoidal (transverse to the flow) and

began at the onset of the steady ... Table 2

**Oscillating Cylinder**Values Re- ?so fe/tso a mesh & Ar CD CL Lock-on 200 0.098 1.7 1.0 161 x 129 x 0.01 1.9f 0.2 t B.0

...

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6 Drag (solid line) and lift (dashed line) coefficients for an

Re=855, fc-0.508 fso, fso=0.119, a=0.26. ... The mean drag coefficient has a

minimum value of 1.27 to a maximum value of 1.65 with an oscillation of about +

0.07 ...

6 Drag (solid line) and lift (dashed line) coefficients for an

**oscillating cylinder**atRe=855, fc-0.508 fso, fso=0.119, a=0.26. ... The mean drag coefficient has a

minimum value of 1.27 to a maximum value of 1.65 with an oscillation of about +

0.07 ...

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For

separation distances, and increases as a ... It is important to note that the

oscillates at or very ...

For

**oscillating cylinders**, the correlation coefficient remains high for largerseparation distances, and increases as a ... It is important to note that the

**oscillating cylinder**data in Figure 5.13 comes from tests where the cylinderoscillates at or very ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

Load Control Method and Its Realization on an OWC Wave Power Converter | 19 |

Nonlinearity in CrestTrough Statistics of Bretschneider Seas | 27 |

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