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Ringsberg, J., Ernholm, P. och Hagström, L. (2011) *Analysis of free vibration characteristics and mode shapes of a semi-submersible platform*.

** BibTeX **

@conference{

Ringsberg2011,

author={Ringsberg, Jonas and Ernholm, Per and Hagström, Love},

title={Analysis of free vibration characteristics and mode shapes of a semi-submersible platform},

booktitle={Proceedings of the ASME Thirtieth International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OMAE 2011) in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, June 19-24, 2011},

isbn={978-0-7918-4433-5},

pages={67-74 (OMAE2011-49088)},

abstract={The current investigation presents a global natural frequency and mode shape analysis of a semi-submersible platform. The purpose is to evaluate the separation in frequency between the semi-submersible’s global natural frequencies and the exciting wave spectrum. Two types of finite element models are compared: a beam element model and a shell element model. The main differences in the models are the level of resolution in details and model complexity. It is shown that both beam and shell element models can be used for the analysis. However, the beam element model is recommended for a first approximate assessment of the fundamental natural frequency and the interval/spectrum of global resonance frequencies compared to the wave spectrum. The shell element model is recommended when a more thorough analysis is required. In addition, the natural frequencies of the semi-submersible are calculated for free vibration in air. The fundamental frequency was 1.9 Hz for the beam element model and 1.5 Hz for the shell element model. When weights corresponding to a submerged structure in operation mode are considered, including the effects of added mass, the fundamental frequency for the first mode using the beam element model was decreased to 0.7 Hz, and to 0.6 Hz when using the shell element model. When compared to the DNV world wave spectrum’s highest frequency of 0.29 Hz it is concluded that the natural frequencies of the semi-submersible are at a sufficient distance from the exciting wave spectrum.},

year={2011},

keywords={semi-submersible, offshore, modal analysis, free vibrations, structural analysis, finite element method, structural dynamics, added mass},

}

** RefWorks **

RT Conference Proceedings

SR Electronic

ID 141951

A1 Ringsberg, Jonas

A1 Ernholm, Per

A1 Hagström, Love

T1 Analysis of free vibration characteristics and mode shapes of a semi-submersible platform

YR 2011

T2 Proceedings of the ASME Thirtieth International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OMAE 2011) in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, June 19-24, 2011

SN 978-0-7918-4433-5

SP 67

OP 742011-49088

AB The current investigation presents a global natural frequency and mode shape analysis of a semi-submersible platform. The purpose is to evaluate the separation in frequency between the semi-submersible’s global natural frequencies and the exciting wave spectrum. Two types of finite element models are compared: a beam element model and a shell element model. The main differences in the models are the level of resolution in details and model complexity. It is shown that both beam and shell element models can be used for the analysis. However, the beam element model is recommended for a first approximate assessment of the fundamental natural frequency and the interval/spectrum of global resonance frequencies compared to the wave spectrum. The shell element model is recommended when a more thorough analysis is required. In addition, the natural frequencies of the semi-submersible are calculated for free vibration in air. The fundamental frequency was 1.9 Hz for the beam element model and 1.5 Hz for the shell element model. When weights corresponding to a submerged structure in operation mode are considered, including the effects of added mass, the fundamental frequency for the first mode using the beam element model was decreased to 0.7 Hz, and to 0.6 Hz when using the shell element model. When compared to the DNV world wave spectrum’s highest frequency of 0.29 Hz it is concluded that the natural frequencies of the semi-submersible are at a sufficient distance from the exciting wave spectrum.

LA eng

DO 10.1115/OMAE2011-49088

LK http://dx.doi.org/10.1115/OMAE2011-49088

OL 30