Wave forces on arrays of cylindrical bodies.

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Abstract

For design purposes, there is a need for accurate and efficient theoretical predictions of wave forces acting on offshore structures and many approximated methods have been developed. Platforms usually consist of a composite configuration of cylinders and in this paper a boundary element approach has been developed to study the interactions between incident waves and multiple bodies. The method can also calculate wave forces and moments. It is more efficient than other domain methods as only unknowns along the boundaries of the bodies are solved.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationIN: BOUNDARY ELEMENTS IX
PublisherComput. Mech. Publications
Volume2 : Stress Analysis Applications, C.A. Brebbia; W.L. Wendland; G. Kuhn,
ISBN (Print)0 905451 94 5
StatePublished - 1987
Externally publishedYes

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Offshore structures
Composite materials

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Iskandarani, M., & Liu, P. L. F. (1987). Wave forces on arrays of cylindrical bodies. In IN: BOUNDARY ELEMENTS IX (Vol. 2 : Stress Analysis Applications, C.A. Brebbia; W.L. Wendland; G. Kuhn,). Comput. Mech. Publications.

Wave forces on arrays of cylindrical bodies. / Iskandarani, Mohamed; Liu, P. L F.

IN: BOUNDARY ELEMENTS IX. Vol. 2 : Stress Analysis Applications, C.A. Brebbia; W.L. Wendland; G. Kuhn, Comput. Mech. Publications, 1987.

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Iskandarani, M & Liu, PLF 1987, Wave forces on arrays of cylindrical bodies. in IN: BOUNDARY ELEMENTS IX. vol. 2 : Stress Analysis Applications, C.A. Brebbia; W.L. Wendland; G. Kuhn, Comput. Mech. Publications.
Iskandarani M, Liu PLF. Wave forces on arrays of cylindrical bodies. In IN: BOUNDARY ELEMENTS IX. Vol. 2 : Stress Analysis Applications, C.A. Brebbia; W.L. Wendland; G. Kuhn,. Comput. Mech. Publications. 1987
Iskandarani, Mohamed ; Liu, P. L F. / Wave forces on arrays of cylindrical bodies. IN: BOUNDARY ELEMENTS IX. Vol. 2 : Stress Analysis Applications, C.A. Brebbia; W.L. Wendland; G. Kuhn, Comput. Mech. Publications, 1987.
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