On The Origin of Wave Induced Motions of Mooring Buoys

AuthorsG.F.M. Remery and R. Kokkeel (Netherlands Ship Model Basin NSMB)
Conference/JournalOffshore Technology Conference (OTC), Houston
DateMay 1, 1976

In the present paper the hydrodynamic loads working on buoys which are used as single point mooring terminals, are dealt with. A proper insight in these loads is a necessary basis for estimating the motions of a buoy system installed in waves. Such an estimate can be very helpful both for optimization purposes in the design stage of a new system or to explain observed phenomena of existing systems.

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