## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 9, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Arctic regions |

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4.6 Offset and Setdown The horizontal motion includes combined surge , sway and yaw

4.6 Offset and Setdown The horizontal motion includes combined surge , sway and yaw

**responses**and the offsets are considered to result from the ...**Response**to slowly varying forces around the surge and sway natural periods .Page 110

Since the differential operator in equation ( 26 ) is linear , the displacement

Since the differential operator in equation ( 26 ) is linear , the displacement

**response**of the system is given by the equation The displacement**response**transfer function vectors are obtained by expressing the steady - state ...Page 112

The high frequency peak reflects the wave frequency

The high frequency peak reflects the wave frequency

**response**and is due to the linear force . The low frequency peak is a resonance**response**at the surge natural frequency . This is the slowly - varying drift**response**and results from ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Investigation of the Ergodicity Assumption for Sea States in the Reliability Assessment of Offshore | 1 |

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY PART | 33 |

Extreme Forces on Large AxiSymmetric Offshore Structures in Directional Seas | 49 |

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