## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2; Volume 7, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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A central question is therefore : How does the final long - term behaviour of a dynamical system

A central question is therefore : How does the final long - term behaviour of a dynamical system

**depend**on the starting conditions ? This paper concentrates on the computation of the domains of attraction or catchment regions using ...Page 104

B22 coefficients of the equations , which

B22 coefficients of the equations , which

**depend**on the frequency and the amplitude , can be obtained from the measured Mr and Fs : Non - dimensional coefficients defined as follows . are Oneasured estimated -- : estimated 0.05 Y / B ...Page 144

1 ) Drag coefficients in still water

1 ) Drag coefficients in still water

**depend**upon Kc number and a damping increases with increasing a velocity ratio of wave orbital motion to the body motion , 5 a w / xs Ws . 2 ) ' Wave drift damping ' coefficients are not necessarily ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCESI | 1 |

Catchment Regions of Multiple Dynamic Responses in Nonlinear Problems of Offshore Mechanics | 15 |

Hydrodynamic Forces on a Floating Cylinder in Waves of Finite Depth | 23 |

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