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|Title:||Wave forces on submarine pipelines near a plane boundary|
|Authors:||Hin-Fatt, C. |
Jothi Shankar, N.
|Source:||Hin-Fatt, C.,Jothi Shankar, N.,Subbiah, K. (1987). Wave forces on submarine pipelines near a plane boundary. Ocean Engineering 14 (3) : 181-200. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Forces induced by regular waves on submarine pipelines resting on as well as near a plane boundary and aligned parallel to wave fronts of the oncoming waves are investigated experimentally. The inline hydrodynamic coefficients of drag and inertia are evaluated through the use of Morison equation and the least squares method. The transverse force is analysed in terms of maximum transverse force and transverse root mean square (r.m.s.) coefficients. The resulting inline and transverse hydrodynamic coefficients are correlated with the period parameter or Keulegan-Carpenter number and relative clearance of the pipeline from the plane boundary. The effect of depth parameter on these coefficients and the correlation between maximum transverse force and transverse r.m.s. coefficients are also reported. © 1987.|
|Source Title:||Ocean Engineering|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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