Heave, Roll and Pitch Damping of a Deepwater CALM Buoy with a Skirt

AuthorsCozijn, J.L., Uittenbogaard, R. and ter Brake, E.
Conference/JournalISOPE Conference, Seoul
DateJan 1, 2005

The heave, roll and pitch damping of a CALM buoy contains linear contributions (wave radiation) and quadratic contributions (drag loads). The linear damping can be determined by diffraction-radiation calculations, but for the quadratic contributions model test data are required.

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