Dynamic Aspects of Offshore Riser and Mooring Concepts

AuthorsBoom, H.J.J. van den, Dekker, J.N., Elsacker, A.W. van
Conference/JournalOffshore Technology Conference (OTC), Houston, Texas, USA
DateMay 1, 1987
Recent research indicates that dynamic amplification of tension in lines and risers can be of the same order of magnitude as the so-called quasistatic values. Also, dynamic effects in the mooring system can affect low-frequency motions of the structure by increasing virtual stiffness and damping.
This paper presents three-dimensional (3D) computational procedures that describe the motion, tension, and bending moment along a flexible pipe or mooring line. The paper also discusses correlations with model test data.

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