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Abstract: The influence of transported fluid on static and dynamic behaviors of marine risers is investigated. The internal flow of the transported fluid could have a constant, a linear, or a wave velocity. The riser pipe may possibly experience the conditions of high extensibility, flexibility, and large displacements. Accordingly, the mathematical riser models should be governed by the large strain formulations of extensible flexible pipes transporting fluid. Nonlinear hydrodynamic dampings due to ocean wave–pipe inte… Show more

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“…The instability responsible for destabilizing the longer configuration can be classified as an out-of-plane flutter-type instability and is similar to the instabilities in vertical risers transporting fluid that are discussed by Païdoussis (2014) and Monprapussorn et al (2006), among others. 2 For the vertical riser, a critical speed of fluid flow is present, however for the catenary-type risers we consider, the flutter instability manifests for certain static configurations when the speed of the internal fluid flow is non-zero.…”
Section: Catenary Risermentioning
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“…The instability responsible for destabilizing the longer configuration can be classified as an out-of-plane flutter-type instability and is similar to the instabilities in vertical risers transporting fluid that are discussed by Païdoussis (2014) and Monprapussorn et al (2006), among others. 2 For the vertical riser, a critical speed of fluid flow is present, however for the catenary-type risers we consider, the flutter instability manifests for certain static configurations when the speed of the internal fluid flow is non-zero.…”
Section: Catenary Risermentioning
“…We have also validated our numerical methods by reproducing the stability and instability results for a vertical and horizontal riser conveying fluid that is discussed by Monprapussorn et al (2006) and Païdoussis (2014). Fig.…”
Section: Appendix B Validations Of Static and Free-vibration Analysesmentioning
“…Among others, the static (equilibrium) configuration will depend on the fluid transport speed, the buoyancy force on the riser, and the horizontal offset. To examine the stability of a static configuration, we consider small amplitude perturbations to the static configuration Monprapussorn et al (2007).…”
Section: Modeling a Flexible Risermentioning
“…The parameter values for the vertical riser are presented in Table 1 and are adapted from Monprapussorn et al (2007). a clamped-clamped horizontal pipe 2 and Monprapussorn et al (2007) who considered a pinned-pinned vertical riser. As can be seen from Fig.…”
Section: Validations Of Model and Solution Proceduresmentioning
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