## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1; Volume 7, Part 1American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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The nonlinear effects due to large horizontal displacements and

The nonlinear effects due to large horizontal displacements and

**vertical**loads ( P - delta ) can be introduced by an additional load vector consisting of fictitious equivalent lateral forces acting at each level .Page 376

W " wet weight " of riser with content , see ( 4 ) x ' , z horizontal and

W " wet weight " of riser with content , see ( 4 ) x ' , z horizontal and

**vertical**coordinate , see tions are applicable to almost**vertical**risers , i.e. , when the angle from the riser axis to the**vertical**is less than about 10 degrees ...Page 425

**vertical**motion of the towed The equations of Vehicle are m + A 0 11 m2g + A u Fx 15 II 0 mtA 2 3 W -mxG + A 35 FZ ( 12 ) we m2 G . + A 51 -mxG + A53 I yytAss мү on Analysis of dynamic stability In this section , we analyze the dynamic ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

FLOATING PRODUCTION SYSTEMS | 1 |

Early Production Systems in the North | 31 |

Dynamic Motions and Mooring Line Dynamics of the Veslefrikk Floating Production System | 49 |

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