## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1992 - Arctic regions |

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... ( 0.5pUm2D ) and defining If one were to decompose the total force acting on a body at rest into a velocity - square -

... ( 0.5pUm2D ) and defining If one were to decompose the total force acting on a body at rest into a velocity - square -

**dependent**drag force and an acceleration -**dependent**inertial force , i.e. , use the so - called Morison's equation ...Page 288

All three Euler angles have remained as

All three Euler angles have remained as

**dependent**variables . The inclusion of the shear forces in the equations eliminates the singular behavior for zero cable tension . This can be seen by inspecting the force balance equations .Page 164

When the mean load effect and/or the long term distribution of extreme load are

When the mean load effect and/or the long term distribution of extreme load are

**dependent**on Z variables, it is required that this**dependence**is either known explicitly or can be approximated, for example by response surface methods.### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 69 |

WaveCurrent Forces on Slender Circular Cylinder | 117 |

DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES | 127 |

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