## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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In a beam model , all the wetted components of the structure are modeled using beam

In a beam model , all the wetted components of the structure are modeled using beam

**elements**. ... This association permits the loads on the wetted surface to be transferred to the appropriate beam user -**element**nodes of the model .Page 163

For example , mode 7 can be represented by Vertical stiffness , ką 1,021 lb / in Rotational stiffness , kyy 77,224 lb - in / in NUMERICAL MODELS Structure Finite

For example , mode 7 can be represented by Vertical stiffness , ką 1,021 lb / in Rotational stiffness , kyy 77,224 lb - in / in NUMERICAL MODELS Structure Finite

**Element**Model V YRPRO + VE ( 3 ) in which y , is an Nxl vector of nodal ...Page 177

If the

If the

**element**is skewed relative to the global coordinate system , the**element**quantities are transformed to the global system via a simple orthogonal coordinate transformation . Note that us and up are defined as the derivatives of ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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