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

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The data also suggest that this phenomenon is frequency-dependent, and will

only occur for certain periodic motions of the cylinder at or near the

data ...

The data also suggest that this phenomenon is frequency-dependent, and will

only occur for certain periodic motions of the cylinder at or near the

**shedding****frequencies**indicated for a stationary cylinder. Unfortunately, there is very limiteddata ...

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Below the lower boundary of the lock-in range (i.e. fe « fj, the vortex-

the vortex-

Below the lower boundary of the lock-in range (i.e. fe « fj, the vortex-

**shedding****frequency**is essentially unchanged, while above the lock-in boundary (i.e. fc » fs)the vortex-

**shedding frequency**is reduced by an amount that increases with ...Page 243

equivalent Strouhal frequency at several maximum non- dimensional response

amplitudes 6.0 Conclusions The most ... The mean vortex

generally at Strouhal number S = 0.2, independently of Reynolds number for ...

equivalent Strouhal frequency at several maximum non- dimensional response

amplitudes 6.0 Conclusions The most ... The mean vortex

**shedding frequency**isgenerally at Strouhal number S = 0.2, independently of Reynolds number for ...

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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