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Wave-Induced Motions of Moored and Coupled Multi-Body Offshore Structures
In the recent past, very large floating structures (VLFS) are used to realize a variety of large marine facilities like floating piers, bridges or logistical hubs, substituting the traditional bottom mounted structures. In most cases VLFSs consist of a number of individual modules that are assembled with connectors and hold in place by mooring systems. To ensure proper working and safety conditions, their hydrodynamic response in different sea states needs to be investigated. Previousdoi:10.15480/882.3312 fatcat:t2ofwqdovbf3zafrq7wdszvhc4