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

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Response after the Initial Half-Cycle Impulse in Quickwave Once the impulse

load half cycle is completed the acceleration is derived for a damped free

Response after the Initial Half-Cycle Impulse in Quickwave Once the impulse

load half cycle is completed the acceleration is derived for a damped free

**vibration**. The initial conditions of the free**vibration**set the displacement and the ...Page 242

Several investigators have proposed formulas for the increase in drag due to

vortex-induced

Most of these expressions are valid for the lock-in (resonance) case. At

resonance ...

Several investigators have proposed formulas for the increase in drag due to

vortex-induced

**vibrations**[Vandiver (1983), Skop et. al. (1977), Sarpkaya (1977)].Most of these expressions are valid for the lock-in (resonance) case. At

resonance ...

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Sumer, B. M., Fredsoe J., 1989, "Effect of Reynolds Number on

Cylinders," Journal of Offshore and Arctic Engineering, Vol. 111, May 1989, pp.

131-137. Sumer, B. M., Fredsoe, J., 1988, "

Reynolds ...

Sumer, B. M., Fredsoe J., 1989, "Effect of Reynolds Number on

**Vibrations**ofCylinders," Journal of Offshore and Arctic Engineering, Vol. 111, May 1989, pp.

131-137. Sumer, B. M., Fredsoe, J., 1988, "

**Vibrations**of Cylinders at HighReynolds ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

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