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Table Of Contents

1.1 Background
1.2 Literature Review
1.3 Objective and Scope
1.4.3 Comparative Studies
DYNAMICS OF THE FLOATING PLATFORM
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Formulation of Surface Wave
2.2.1 Boundary Value Problem (BVP) of Surface Wave
2.2.2 Wave Theory
2.2.3 Diffraction and Radiation Theory
2.2.3.1 First-Order Boundary Value Problem
2.2.3.2 Second-Order Boundary Value Problem
2.3 Hydrodynamic Forces
2.3.1 The First-Order Hydrodynamic Forces and Moments
2.3.2 The Second-Order Hydrodynamic Forces and Moments
2.4 Multiple Body Interaction of Fluid
2.5 Boundary Element Method
2.6 Motions of the Floating Platform
2.6.1 Wave Loads
2.6.2 Morison’s Equation
2.6.3 Single Body Motion
2.6.4 Multiple Body Motion
2.6.5 Time Domain Solution of the Platform Motions
DYNAMICS OF MOORING LINES AND RISERS
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Theory of the Rod
3.3 Finite Element Modeling
3.4 Formation of Static Problem
3.5 Formulation for Dynamic Problem-Time Domain Integration
3.6 Modeling of the Seafloor
4.1 Introduction
4.2 The Spring to Connect the Platform and the Mooring System
4.2.1 Static Analysis
4.2.2 Time-Domain Analysis
4.3 Modeling of the Damper on the Connection
4.4 Modeling the Connection between Lines and Seafloor
4.5 Formulation for the Multiple Body System
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Design Premise Data of FPSO and Mooring Systems
Table 5.1 Main particulars of the turret moored FPSO 6,000 ft
Table 5.2 Main particulars of mooring systems
Figure 5.2 Arrangement of the mooring lines for FPSO 6,000 ft
Table 5.4 Main particulars of risers
Table 5.6 Azimuth angles of risers bounded on the earth
Figure 5.3 Arrangement of the risers for FPSO 6,000 ft
5.3 Environmental Data
Table 5.7 Environmental loading condition
5.3.1 Wave Force
Figure 5.4 JONSWAP wave spectrum
5.3.2 Wind Force
5.3.3 Wind and Current Forces by OCIMF
5.4 Hydrodynamic Coefficients
Figure 5.7 Modeling of body surface and free surface of the water
5.5 Coupled Analysis of FPSO
5.6 Results and Discussion
5.6.1 Static Offset Test (in Calm Water without Current)
(a) Static offset test results for surge motion
5.6.3 Time-domain Simulation for Hurricane Condition
5.7 Summary and Conclusions
6.1 Introduction
6.2 OTRC Experimental Results and Design Premise Data
Table 6.1 Main particulars of the turret moored for the OTRC FPSO
Table 6.2 Main particulars of mooring systems for the OTRC FPSO
6.3 Environmental Data
Table 6.4 Environmental loading condition for the OTRC FPSO
Figure 6.3 NPD wind spectrum curve
6.4 Re-generation of the Experimental Model
Table 6.5 WAMIT output and hand-calculation
Table 6.6 Re-estimated data from WAMIT output and hand-calculation
6.5 Results and Discussion
6.5.1 Static Offset Test with Re-generated Model Data
6.5.2 Free Decay Test with Re-generated Model Data
Figure 6.5 Hull drag coefficients proposed by Wichers (1998 & 2001)
6.5.3 Time Simulation Results
Table 6.8 Comparison of time simulation results
6.6 Summary and Conclusions
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Particulars of Models and Arrangements for the Tests
Table 7.1 Main particulars of two vessels
Figure 7.2 Rough-meshed numerical modeling for a LNG FPSO and a shuttle tanker
Figure 7.3 Fine-meshed numerical modeling for a LNG FPSO and a shuttle tanker
7.3 Environmental Conditions
7.4 Results and Discussion
7.5 Summary and Conclusions
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Particulars of Models and Arrangements for the Analyses
Table 8.1 Main particulars of moored spar
Table 8.2 Particulars of the mooring systems
8.3 Environmental Conditions
Table 8.3 Environmental conditions
Figure 8.2 Configuration of the modeling of a single spar
8.5 Linear Spring Modeling
8.6 Results and Discussion
Figure 8.4.a Comparison of the surge motion RAOs
Figure 8.4.c Comparison of the roll motion RAOs
Table 8.4 The analysis results for two-body model composed of two spars
8.7 Summary and Conclusions
9.1 Introduction
Table 9.1 Main particulars of the turret moored FPSO
Figure 9.1 Configuration of the mooring systems (Tandem mooring system)
9.3 Environmental Conditions
Table 9.3.a Environmental conditions (100-year storm condition at GOM)
Table 9.4 The system parameters for two-mass-spring model
Table 9.5 Analysis results of mass-spring model: displacement at mass #1 and #2
Table 9.6 Summary of the analysis results for two body FPSO+FPSO
Table 9.7 Summary of the analysis results for the two-body FPSO+shuttle tanker
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Dynamic Analysis of Multiple Body Floating Platforms Coupled With Mooring Lines and Reisers

Dynamic Analysis of Multiple Body Floating Platforms Coupled With Mooring Lines and Reisers

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