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

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Of course, linear theory makes no distinction between crest and trough statistics

and provides

equation (13), it may be seen that the probability given by equation (14) for, say,

crest ...

Of course, linear theory makes no distinction between crest and trough statistics

and provides

**predictions**midway between those shown in Figure 4. Fromequation (13), it may be seen that the probability given by equation (14) for, say,

crest ...

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The results obtained from the simulation of DDIOH72 indicate that for the heave

degree of freedom, KBLDYN

the higher frequency response will be more energetic than

.

The results obtained from the simulation of DDIOH72 indicate that for the heave

degree of freedom, KBLDYN

**predicts**... However, the measured data show thatthe higher frequency response will be more energetic than

**predicted**by KBLDYN.

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The agreement between the

good, particularly, in the pre-ultimate load range. The

from the FEM model is about 8.5% higher than the experimental ultimate load.

The agreement between the

**predicted**and experimental response is consideredgood, particularly, in the pre-ultimate load range. The

**predicted**ultimate loadfrom the FEM model is about 8.5% higher than the experimental ultimate load.

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

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added mass amplitude analysis boundary conditions buoy calculated Circular Cylinder compliant tower components correlation length curve deck diameter diffraction drag coefficient drag force drift force dynamic effects energy Engineering envelope equation experimental Figure fluid Fluid Mechanics free surface heave Hilbert transform horizontal hydrodynamic hydrodynamic force incident wave increase installation interaction irregular waves lift coefficient lift force linear load control lock-in matrix maxima maximum measured method model tests modes mooring line nonlinear obtained Ocean OMAE oscillating cylinder parameters peak phase pipe platform predicted present pressure problem quadratic Quickwave random ratio Reynolds number riser seastate second-order shear shedding frequency shown simulation solution spectral spectrum stationary cylinder stiffeners Strouhal Strouhal number transfer function transverse turbulence uniform flow values vector velocity potential vertical vibration vortex shedding water depth wave force wave frequency wave height wave power wind