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Transient Effects of Wind-wave Hybrid Platform in Mooring Line Broken Condition
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 Title & Authors
Transient Effects of Wind-wave Hybrid Platform in Mooring Line Broken Condition
Bae, Yoon Hyeok; Lee, Hyebin;
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 Abstract
Floating offshore structures keep its position by a mooring system against various kind of environmental loadings. For this reason, a reliable design of the mooring system is a key factor for initial design stage of a floating structure. However, there exists possibility of mooring failure, even the system is designed with enough safety margin, due to the unexpected extreme environmental conditions or long-term fatigue loadings. The breaking of one of the mooring lines may change the tension level of the other mooring lines, which can potentially result in a progressive failure of the entire structure. In this study, time domain numerical simulation of 10MW class wind-wave hybrid platform was carried out with partially broken mooring line. Overall platform responses and variations of the mooring line tension were numerically evaluated.
 Keywords
Mooring tension;Transient response;Floating platform;Broken mooring line;
 Language
Korean
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