IJOPE Subject Index F-J

 

F

Factor

     breakout, soft clay   1.3.195-199

effective stress intensity, fatigue life extension of through-thickness crack   12.3.223-228

inverse end bearing; numerical modeling of suction pile installation in Caspian Sea clay with effective and total stress analysis   20.4.313-320

     modification, reclaimed soil in West Taiwan       10.1.73-79

Failure

     analysis, composite lamination   4.3.248-256

     assessment diagram   11.1.125-132

     brittle indentation, ice   2.3.212-221

     criterion, ice loads   4.1.53-61

     -envelope, interaction diagram, footing, shallow, sand   6.1.62-67

     general shear, pipelines    4.1.30-35

     ice, dynamic analysis   2.3.204-211

     ice, model    3.2.130-138

     ice-load dependence of failure mode, global design   14.3.189-195

     mechanism, anchored foundations   15.4.312-320

mechanism; keying of plate anchors NC clay under inclined loading   19.2.135-142

     mode; submarine pipeline Langeled: pipe capacity vs. wall thickness selection   18.3.188-195

     nonsimultaneous, ice-load dependence of failure mode, global design   14.3.189-195

     nonsimultaneous, ice sheet        5.4.279-284

     of wrinkled X52 pipeline subjected to monotonic bending deformation and internal pressure    8.1.50-55

     progressive, soil, horizontal loading capacity of suction piles   12.1.56-63

     quasi-simultaneous, ice-load dependence of failure mode, global design   14.3.189-195

     rate, probabilities, ship hull   2.2.135-140

     simultaneous, ice-load dependence of failure mode, global design   14.3.189-195

     strain; effect of buffer bow structure in ship-ship collision   18.2.133-141

     surface, anchored foundations   15.4.312-320

     tensile/shear/slip failure; loads on tie-down systems for floating drilling rigs during hurricane conditions   20.2.95-102

     zonal, ice-load dependence of failure mode, global design   14.3.189-195

Fall and rise time, strong and weak asymmetric wave       7.3.161-167

Fast numerical method: nonlinear simulation of 3-D freak waves   19.3.168-175

Fatigue

     analysis   7.4.293-300, 9.2.134-140

     assessment, cracked SN curves   8.2.139-139

     assessment, welded structures, hot-spot stress design curves   12.2.134-141

     axial       9.2.149-157

     behavior of nailed tubular connections   10.3.209-216

     cables   3.3.172-175

     cables, locked coil   5.2.153-160

     corrosion   4.3.234-240

     crack growth test       12.3.223-228

     crack growth test methods in sour environment   20.2.103-109

     crack growth, tubular joints   4.3.241-247

     crack propagation   9.1.68-72

        crack, welded T-joints   11.2.125-132

     crossing and oscillation intensities   10.4.255-262

     design, K-joint tubular girders   10.1.50-56

     design, multiplanar tubular DT joints   12.4.305-310

     life, tubular joint      2.2.141-146, 4.3.241-247

     life extension, through-thickness crack using local heating   12.3.223-228

     low-temperature      9.1.68-72

     reliability, damage accumulation   10.2.131-136

     reliability, mooring chains      7.2.135-140

     reliability of marine structures, from Alexander Kielland accident to life cycle assessment   17.1.1-21

     ship hull        2.2.135-140

     stochastic analysis for FPSO based on shipyard practices   18.2.142-148

     strength assessment of welded joints, ships and FPSO units      12.1.40-47

     strength; maximum stress and fatigue strength of drill pipe in presence of strong ocean current   20.1.15-17

     strength, welded joints, ultrasonic peening   6.4.304-307

     umbilical   3.2.150-155

Fault(s), soil-pipeline interaction along active fault systems   18.3.211-219

Feature issue, high-performance pipeline technology (X120-grade steel)   14.1.2-80

FDM (finite difference method)

     constitutive equation for fluid-particle flow simulation   16.1.18-24

     control, anti-rolling tank   5.1.17-22

     jet-wall interaction in shallow waters   17.3.213-217

     numerical modeling of suction pile installation in Caspian Sea clay with effective and total stress analysis   20.4.313-320

     random wave force coefficients   4.4.278-283

     wave-current interaction in shallow flows   14.2.86-88

Feedback, indirect, underwater navigation, extended Kalman filter, Doppler velocity log, inertial measurement unit    15.2.88-95

FEM (finite element method)

analysis, marine riser   1.4.300-306

     analysis, pile foundation    9.3.226-232

     -BEM methods, mixed: aircraft landing impact, aircraft-floating structure-water interaction system   15.4.257-263

     -BEM model, combined    8.1.30-38

     chain links    1.4.317-323

     computer simulation of thermal problems    7.2.127-134, 7.3.226-232

     creep, frozen soil   6.2.96-103

     cylindrical diaphragm wall movement during deep excavation    13.4.285-292

     direct, hydroelastic responses of VLFS       10.2.81-90

     Galerkin, dynamics of flexible riser  14.2.110-117

     Galerkin, fluid domain, spatial discretization        7.4.269-276

     hot-spot analysis procedure, ships and FPSO units       12.1.40-47

     implosion, double-wall pipe   4.2.142-150

     modal expansion method, dynamics of flexible riser   14.2.110-117

     mode-expansion, hydroelastic responses of VLFS     10.2.81-90

     model of gravity waves with free surface       9.4.271-275

     modeling, elastic joints       9.2.117-125

     Newmark-ƒÀ method, dynamics of flexible riser   14.2.110-117

     p-version application to stress singularity field problems   13.2.133-138

     porous flow in vertical breakwater induced by nonlinear waves    11.3.192-201

     submodeling analysis of ship structure with SPR method   13.3.216-223

     suction caissons in clay, numerical analysis   13.2.154-159

time domain analysis of hydroelastic response of VLFS considering horizontal motion   18.1.21-26

      time domain analysis of hydroelastic response of VLFS with fully nonlinear free-surface conditions   16.3.168-174   

     tubular joints   2.2.141-146

     vertical uplift capacity of suction caissons   12.2.89-97

     vibration analysis, mega-float structure   12.1.48-55

vibration analysis of axisymmetric multi-layer liquid-filled cylindrical containers using RD-finite element method   18.1.43-49

     zooming, for stress analysis, optimization of ship structure   13.1.60-65 

FFT (Fast Fourier Transform)   16.3.161-167   

Fences, porous         8.3.222-227

Fender deflection, forces, stiffness   10.2.112-122

Fender system, coupled mini-TLP and tender barge response in random seas   18.2.112-119

Ferrite, acicular, high-performance pipeline technology (X120-grade), feature issue   14.1.18-28

Fiber rope, polyester fiber, polyester mooring, quantifying residual creep life   15.3.223-228

Fiber-optics, rapid inspection of underwater structures by multi-AUV system with smart cable   14.4.265-273, 14.4.274-283

Field bending, development and mechanical properties of X120 linepipe, high-performance pipeline technology feature issue   14.1.29-35

Field

     freak wave   13.1.38-42, 13.4.260-265

     instrumentation assessment of offshore land reclamation works   14.4.315-320

     measurements, model breakwater element on sandy seabed   11.4.241-247

     response, dynamic, pile   3.2.156-160

     validation, soil friction transition during suction pile installation   12.4.311-315

Field experiment(s), test(s), results/data

     directional wave spectrum estimation based on vessel’s 1st-order motions; field results   19.2.81-89

     disk-type underwater glider for virtual mooring and field experiment   19.1.66-70

     ice dome spanning 20~30 m   12.4.264-270

     model, consolidation process of geotextile tube with fine-grained materials   14.2.150-158

     moored floating structure   7.4.254-261

     pile suction retrieval in sand, transition of soil strength   15.2.155-159

     surface-mooring dynamics       10.3.200-208

     vertical circular cylinder   2.3.161-167

     wave observation buoy, ocean radar system   13.1.21-28

Fields, Gaussian     10.3.161-169

Fill(ing) material

     suitability for sand compaction pile (SCP)  13.1.66-72

     well-graded, Great Hanshin Earthquake, Kobe Port 10.1.64-72

Fin

     actuators, amphibious robot    20.3.175-180

     mechanical pectoral   15.3.161-167

Fine Dot Grid, computer-aided strain method, process fracture zone   4.2.156-161

Fine-grained

     materials, consolidation process of geotextile tube   14.2.150-158

     soils, earthquake, liquefaction   6.4.308-312

Fines content   8.3.228-235, 10.1.73-79

Finite

     amplitude, propagation of surface waves      9.3.161-166

     analysis, collapse, thick pipes   4.4.312-319

     depth, vertical and horizontal square cylinder, added mass, radiation damping   5.3.180-187

     depth, vertical circular cylinder   4.1.11-17

     depth, water wave diffraction       4.3.169-173

     depth, water wave diffraction-radiation, ship advancing through regular waves   16.4.241-252

     differences       2.2.110-113, 10.4.301-309

     difference analysis of dilatory dissipation on piezocone test in overconsolidated cohesive soil   19.2.143-150

     element analysis, adoption of a radiused hopper knuckle: recommendations for design and fabrication    18.3.226-232

     element analysis, collapse testing on short linepipe for deepwater applications    17.4.309-316

     element analysis, effect of buffer bow structure in ship-ship collision   18.2.133-141

     element analysis, failure of wrinkled X52 pipeline subjected to monotonic bending deformation and internal pressure   8.1.50-55

     element analysis for telescopic deformation and tearing rupture of wrinkled pipe   19.3.224-231

     element analysis, high-strength line pipes with enhanced deformability   20.4.298-305

     element analysis, hot-spot stress design curves for fatigue assessment of welded structures   12.2.134-141

     element analysis, prediction of fracture in wrinkled energy pipelines subjected to cyclic deformations   17.3.205-212

     element analysis, solution comparisons, lateral undrained resistance factor      11.3.211-219

     element, nonlinear coupled responses, tethered Spar platform   7.2.111-118

     element, nonlinear, icebreaker testing and analysis       10.1.34-40

     element, nonlinear, vertical pipe, dynamic and static responses       6.3.203-211

     elements        8.4.292-302

     flexible riser   3.4.299-305

Finite difference method, see FDM

Finite element method, see FEM

Finite volume method, see FVM

Fins, anti-pitching  11.2.106-112

Fire-risk modeling of machinery space: passenger-ship engine room   16.1.48-56

Fire safety design, oil pool fires in engine room   15.1.46.53

First peak force, nonsimultaneous failure, ice sheet        5.4.279-284

Fish, biomimetic robot

     research on patrol algorithm      15.1.1-6

     self-propelled, efficient swimming    20.3.167-174

Fishing net; hydrodynamic behaviors of gravity cage in current and waves   19.2.97-107

5,000-m-long, heavy-lift pipe deployed, Hughes Glomar Explorer, full-scale, coupled ship and pipe motions measured in North Pacific Ocean   20.1.1-6

Flashover

     DC flashover process on ice surface   11.4.304-309

     iced insulators   2.3.228-233, 4.2.112-118, 6.4.298-303, 8.3.167-172

Flaw, see Defect(s)

Flexible

     body, thick plate, ocean waves   5.3.198-203

     cylinder, vortex-induced vibrations and jump phenomenon   10.1.26-33

damage detection using statistical pattern recognition techniques   18.1.35-42

    dynamics, validation by forced oscillation experiments   14.2.110-117

     hanging flexible, with top in irregular motion, vortex-induced vibrations (VIV)   15.4.274-281

     hose; solid-liquid flow experiment with real and artificial manganese nodules in flexible hoses   19.1.77-79

     risers, see topic entry below

Flexural

     -gravity wave, mathematical modeling of shock loading of solid ice cover  16.1.1-4

     -gravity wave; submarine moving closer to ice surface conditions   18.4.271-276

     ice deformations, internal wave manifestations, ship wave wake   7.2.81-88

     ice deformations, precursors, strain, ship wave wake   7.1.1-12

     oscillations, ice cover   11.1.1-8

     strength of drifting first-year ice in Barents Sea   17.3.169-175

     strength, sea ice   1.1.53-57

     waves, propagation at interface between floating plates   12.3.163-170

Flexure

     cables   3.3.172-175

     ice floe  3.4.322-327    

Floater, deep draft, motion  1.2.164-166

Floating

     airport   9.1.39-47

     bodies, wave-body interaction   5.3.171-179

     body, development of floating body with high performance   17.1.39-46

     body dynamics, deepwater oil offloading buoy response and experimental validation   16.4.290-296

     body, harbor geometry      4.2.97-104

     body, second-order diffraction force   2.3.175-185

     body motion   9.4.241-256

     buoy, tidal current power generation system      11.1.77-79

     collar; hydrodynamic behaviors of gravity cage in current and waves   19.2.97-107

     device, and onboard motion-compensated platform   11.2.155-160

     island, solitary wave, tsunami        6.3.171-176

     large multiple connected structure, hydrodynamic interaction   5.3.204-211

     loading systems, mooring chains       7.2.135-140

     model, unit-linked   9.3.201-207

     moored structure, motions   7.4.254-261

     hydrodynamic behaviors of gravity cage in current and waves   19.2.97-107

     OTEC plant, potential, viscous drift   3.3.236-239

     plates, propagation of flexural waves at interface   12.3.163-170

     platform dynamics, simulation of irregular waves   7.3.189-196

     platform motion      8.2.115-121

     pontoon breakwater with wave-wall   12.1.114-120

     -production-storage-offloading system (FPSO)    9.4.298-306, 12.2.134-141, 12.4.297-304, 13.3.205-208, 13.4.241-248, 18.2.142-148, 19.1.46-51, 19.2.81-89

     structure, submerged moored, 2nd-order Stokes waves    4.2.89-96

     structure, very large, airplane collision       11.2.118-124

     structure, very large, hydroelasticity        1.4.307-316

     submerged sea caches, numerical free-surface flows   11.3.191-193

Floe

     ice, flexure   3.4.322-327

     sea-ice, fractal properties   13.1.1-3, 79

     size; spreading of old ice in Barents Sea   20.1.54-60

Flood(ed)(ing), floodwater

     effect inside ship   8.4.280-282

     offshore structures   9.1.55-61

     progressive, process   8.3.192-199

     Ro-Ro passenger ship with flooded vehicle deck    15.2.109-116

Flow(s)

     chart, sand pile formation and design, fill-material applicability   13.1.66-72

     control, passive; vortex shedding around pipe section using porous sheath   16.2.90-96

     cross, free-span pipeline   6.1.53-61

     field, propeller, ship model wake analysis by PIV   11.4.261-266

     fluid-particle, numerical model   7.2.89-93

     free-surface, comparison of classical and weakly-singular representations   15.4.241-248

     free-surface, comparison of classical and simple free-surface Green functions   14.4.257-264

     free-surface flows; hybrid LS and VOF method for 3D simulation of wave breaking and overtopping   19.4.308-316

     free-surface, multigrid technique for numerical simulations of water impact phenomena   16.4.283-289

     free-surface, wave-current interaction in shallow flows   14.2.86-88

     Gibraltar Straits, instability   1.2.129-136

     -induced instability, square prism    6.3.161-170

     -induced vibrations, circular cylinder 3.4.280-298

     -induced vibrations, cylinder with 2 degrees of freedom near rigid plane boundary   18.4.302-307

     -induced vibrations, marine cables   1.1.18-26

     -induced vibrations, marine pipeline   5.2.81-90

     injection analysis, dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN) ions in coastal field using simplified flow injection method, automatic measurement   19.1.71-76

     intake/discharge, floating OTEC plant       3.3.236-239

     jet, submerged plate breakwater composed of horizontal porous plate and slightly inclined solid plate   19.1.42-45

     material, heat source models in simulation of heat flow in friction stir welding  14.4.296-304

     meter       1.2.108-114

     multiphase, 2-D; numerical model with solid-liquid-gas interaction, 15.3.198-203

     nonlaminar, coarse sand   2.4.318-320

     nonlinear free-surface   10.1.1-9, 11.3.191-193

     of ice, through converging channels   16.4.268-273

     orbital   1.4.247-254

     oscillating, gap effect on transversal force acting on infinite array of cylinders   15.4.249-256

     oscillating, vibrating cylinder, vortex regimes   7.2.94-103

     planar oscillatory, vortex-excited vibration, circular cylinder   13.4.266-273

     porous, in vertical breakwater    11.3.194-201

     porous, numerical, nonlinear wave model   12.3.196-205

     porous, simulation of wave transformation in vertical permeable structure   14.2.89-97

     potential, comparison of classical and weakly-singular representations   15.3.241-248

     potential, free surface   9.4.264-270

     potential; nonlinear simulation of 3-D freak waves using a fast numerical method   19.3.168-175

     potential, numerical wave tank   11.3.168-175

     potential, flow   16.3.168-174

     potential, wave basins   5.1.1-9

     pulsating, submerged plate breakwater composed of horizontal porous plate and slightly inclined solid plate   19.1.42-45

     -rectifying air turbine   12.2.142-146

     return        10.1.1-9

     reversible, Darrieus-type cross-flow runner   8.4.318-320

     separated, vorticity   3.2.81-92

     separation, FSRVM   10.4.241-248

     shallow water, wave-current interaction  14.2.86-88

     shallow waters, jet-wall interaction   17.3.212-217

     shear, diffusive van der Pol oscillator, vortex shedding, forced cylinder   5.4.256-260

     shear, water wave, wind-induced        5.4.273-278

     simulation, fluid-particle   16.1.18-24

     steady, comparison of classical and simple free-surface Green functions   14.4.257-264

     steady, local   8.2.102-109

     3-D, diffraction-radiation wave, ship advancing through regular waves in finite water depth   16.4.241-252

     3-D, numerical analysis, internal kinematics and dynamics, 3-D breaking ocean waves on slopes   14.4.247-256

     turbulent   7.4.277-284, 8.3.182-191, 12.3.206-212, 17.2.89-96

     2-layer, The Bosphorus       5.2.98-104

     2-phase flow, constitutive equation for fluid-particle flow simulation   16.1.18-24

     2-phase, MHD, propulsion       3.4.250-257, 5.2.91-97

     unsteady, air turbine with staggered blades for wave power conversion   13.4.316-320

     unsteady, around mechanical pectoral fin   15.3.161-167

     unsteady, berthing ship       7.4.277-284

     unsteady, resistance, in-line force model search       10.4.249-254

     viscous      8.3.173-181

     visualization, circular cylinder   2.2.81-86

     visualization, irregular waves, cylinder        5.4.270-272

     visualization, numerical study on unsteady flow around mechanical pectoral fin   15.3.161-167

     visualization, wave and wave-current loading on circular cylinder   8.2.122-129

     water flow rate through porous media, ultrasonic effects   16.2.146-152

Fluctuating force, hydrodynamic and hydrostatic, strong asymmetric wave   6.4.291-293

Fluctuation

     free surface, rigid vertical columns   6.1.41-46

hydrodynamic conditions, Clarion-Clipperton Ore Zone in Pacific (1993)   11.3.231-236

Fluid(s)

     deicing/anti-icing   5.1.32-36

     domain, Galerkin finite element method   7.4.269-276

     dynamics, computational    3.2.81-92, 13.4.249-253

     dynamics, computational    16.2.104-111

     force(s)       1.2.154-160, 1.4.293-299

     forces, buffer, pipe-string   1.2.154-160

     machine, wave power generator    5.1.72-74

     machinery, air turbine with staggered blades for wave power conversion   13.4.316-320

     machinery, axial flow air turbine        7.4.308-312

     machinery, impulse turbine   3.1.73-78, 4.1.76-80, 6.1.76-80, 10.2.145-152

     machinery, water column (OWC)-type wave energy converter   16.4.297-304

     machinery, wave power generating system   15.4.292-299, 16.4.297-304

machinery, Wells turbine      8.2.155-160, 8.3.222-227, 10.2.145-152, 10.2.153-159, 11.1.72-76

     mechanics   2.3.186-190

     -particle flows, numerical model        7.2.89-93

     perfect   10.4.269-275

     wave-induced motions of body floating in 2-layer fluid   15.3.175-182

Fluid-structure interaction(s) (FSI)

     aircraft landing impact, aircraft-floating structure-water interaction system   15.4.257-263

     boundary, integral equations   4.1.6-10

     hydrodynamic damping        3.2.107-114   

     mooring lines      7.1.48-53

     nutation damping       1.3.167-175

     seabed response under waves with free-surface water flow, numerical investigation   17.2.97-104

     simulations of hydro-elastic impacts using parallel SPH model    20.3.181-189

     vertical plate vibration and generation of transient waves by wave impact; nonlinear solution   19.3.189-197

     vortex-excited vibration force, circular cylinder in steady flow       13.4.266-273

Focus(ed)(ing)

     energy focusing; nonlinear simulation of 3-D freak waves using a fast numerical method   19.3.168-175

     ocean wave       2.2.93-109, 19.3.183-188

     transient and ring waves in AMOEBA with absorbing wave-maker   16.1.10-17

waves, interactions   6.2.131-137

Fog, rime, iced-insulators      4.2.112-118

Folding, collapse mechanism of buffer bow structure on axial crushing   15.2.147-154

Footing

     circular, vertical circular cylinder   4.1.11-17

     failure-envelope, shallow, sand   6.1.62-67

     shape, skirted shallow foundations   9.3.214-218

     shallow; bearing capacity of surface footing on soft clay underlying stiff nonhomogeneous desiccated crust   20.3.224-232

Force(s)

     breakout, soft clay   1.3.195-199

     centrifugal forces; loads on tie-down systems for floating drilling rigs during hurricane conditions   20.2.95-102

     coefficients   1.4.255-263

     cylinder (horizontal), sand bed   2.4.262-266

     diffraction, 2nd-order        2.3.175-185

     diffraction, wave, spherical structure   3.1.7-16

     drift, and hydroelastic motions of VLMOS (Very Large Mobile Offshore Structure)  15.3.183-188

     drift, higher-order boundary element method        3.2.101-106

     drift, model offshore structure   1.2.101-107

     drift, steady, and moment acting on VLFS of arbitrary geometry   13.3.198-204

     drifting wave, large floating multiple connected structure   5.3.204-211

     earthquake, cylindrical shell structures in ice-covered seas   13.1.4-11

     effective, axial, pipelines   2.2.157-158

     fender, berthing operations   10.2.112-122

     first peak, subsequent, nonsimultaneous failure, ice sheet   5.4.279-284

     fluctuating, hydrodynamic and hydrostatic, strong asymmetric wave   6.4.291-293

     fluid, pipe-string, shapes of buffers       1.2.154-160

     grounding-induced, sectional, double-hull tanker   7.2.141-145

     horizontal force of vertical truncated column         9.3.167-174

     horizontal members, wave buoyancy, drag and inertia, slamming       4.3.212-218

     hydrodynamic, circular cylinder       1.4.279-283

     hydrodynamic, conductor pipes   4.3.231-233

     hydrodynamic, floating body, harbor geometry   4.2.97-104

     hydrodynamic, on submarine pipelines on seabed      8.2.122-129

     hydrodynamic, wave-induced motions of body floating in 2-layer fluid   15.3.175-182

     ice, change of water level    2.3.222-227

     ice, compacting   3.2.139-142

     ice, dynamic analysis    2.3.204-211

     ice, high strain rate loading, fracture study of ice   14.3.182-188

     ice, light piers       2.1.67-72

     ice, offshore structures      2.2.129-134

     in-line, combined wave and current flow on oscillating cylinders   11.2.93-98

     irregular waves, cylinder   5.4.270-272

     lift, marine pipeline    5.2.81-90

     lift, vortex-excited vibration   8.1.66-73,13.4.266-273

     Lorentz, MHD        3.4.250-257, 5.2.91-97

     mean crushing force, collapse mechanism of buffer bow structure on axial crushing   15.2.147-154

random hydrodynamic   1.3.242-245

     random, on slender vertical cylinder, produced by high sea waves interacting with current   15.1.21-27

random wave   1.2.115-121

     random wave coefficients, numerical experiment   4.4.278-283

     seepage, irregular wave, circular cylinder bottom   7.1.70-76

     slamming, waves   4.2.81-88

     submarine pipelines       3.1.35-42

     sum-frequency        2.3.175-185

     transverse   7.4.269-276

     trawl       2.1.24-31

     true, axial, pipelines       2.2.157-158

     viscous, oscillating cylinder, roughness effect   5.3.188-197

     vortex, marine cables   2.1.32-37

     weak, impacting, strong asymmetric wave   6.4.291-293

Force(s), wave

     axisymmetric bodies       11.4.248-253

     coastal structures, horizontal plate   6.1.19-26

     computational fluid dynamics        3.2.81-92

     Draupner freak wave impact, field and laboratory, on vertical truncated cylinder   13.4.260-265

     -exciting, tank-wall effect      1.2.101-107

     free-surface fluctuation       6.1.41-46

     horizontal cylinder, laboratory experiment   6.2.124-130

     MOLIKPAQ platform   4.3.183-192

     (and) moment, drift   11.3.176-183

     (and) moment, drift, on VLFS   12.2.98-104

     nonlinear, non-Gaussian analysis, offshore structure   7.3.205-211

     nonlinear irregular, TLP   5.3.166-170

     overtopping water   9.3.182-87    

     random, recent research   1.1.64-70

     structure-fluid interaction      7.3.197-204

     vertical circular cylinder   2.3.161-167

     vertical cylinder, pile group   3.3.225-230

Forced convection: thermal performance of embankment within crushed rock layer along Qinghai-Tibet Railway    20.3.210-217

Forced cylinder

     diffusive van der Pol oscillator, vortex shedding   5.4.256-260

     oscillations       7.4.269-276

     van der Pol oscillator, vortex shedding       5.4.251-255

Forced oscillation

     dynamics of flexible riser, validation by forced oscillation experiments   14.2.110-117

     test, roll damping of 2-D cylinders, FPSO        13.3.205-208

     test; 3D effects on measured results using 2D model in narrow wave channel   20.2.88-94

Forcing

     low wave number; diffusion simulation of CO2 discharged in mesoscale deep ocean by using moving-nesting grid technique   20.1.48-53

     resonant       7.4.262-268

Formula

     Rice   10.2.91-98

     stretching, strong and weak asymmetric wave   7.3.161-167

Forward-speed effects: effects of forward speed of ship on added resistance in waves    20.3.196-203

Fossil

     fuel boiler, on-site test   4.1.36-39

     shell, stability, experiment   5.2.134-141

     shell, stability, theory   5.1.51-57

Foundation(s)

     caisson, jacket structures   4.3.223-230

     load, ice-structure interaction during earthquakes   11.4.290-297

     offshore, electrochemical cementation of calcareous sand   15.1.71-79

     offshore, electrokinetic cementation of calcareous sand   18.1.73-80

     offshore, electrokinetic strengthening   10.2.137-144

     pile(s)    2.2.114-122, 9.3.226-232, 13.3.161-167, 16.1.65-72

     skirted, embedded model, electrokinetic tests   12.1.64-73

     skirted, load-carrying capacity enhancement by electrokinetics   13.3.182-189

     skirted, shallow   9.3.214-218

     suction bucket, in saturated sand; bearing capacity   15.4.300-303

     surface, frozen soil, creep damage   6.2.96-103

4000 ft, deep-ocean mining and pipe   4.4.320-330

Fourier solutions      9.3.182-187, 16.3.161-167

FPSO, see Floating-production-storage-offloading system

Fractal

dimension, wave duration/persistence statistics, recording interval        12.2.108-113

pattern, properties, fractal geometry law, sea-ice cover   13.2.128-132

pattern, properties, sea-ice floes, cracks and leads   13.1.1-3, 79

Fractography, corrosion fatigue   4.3.234-240

Fracture

     analysis, abrasion of concrete structures, crushing ice   6.2.144-151

     assessment procedure for structural components under cyclic and dynamic loading   18.3.196-203

     area, grain boundary, high-strength steel   5.1.67-71

     brittle, welded T-joints       11.2.125-132

     (and) buckle propagation in pipelines      9.1.30-38

     glass-fiber, reinforced polymer (FRP), effect of load rate on notch toughness   15.1.54-61

     hydraulic, conductors, drilling    2.4.303-308

     ice, indentor, contact mechanics, BEM        7.1.16-21

     mechanics and size effects in weakly cemented sand   17.4.294-300

     mode, corrosion fatigue        4.3.234-240

     prediction of, in wrinkled energy pipelines subjected to cyclic deformations  17.3.205-212

     process zone   4.2.156-161

     shear, propagating in natural gas transmission pipelines, high-performance pipeline technology feature issue   14.1.60-68

     weld metal       1.3.208-211

France, deep-sea research, technology, AUV, ROV   6.4.268-274

Freak waves, see Waves, freak

Free-span(ning)

     sealine     1.3.183-188

     pipeline, nonlinear coupled response, impact loads        6.1.53-61

     pipelines   1.3.183-188, 2.2.157-158

Free surface

     flow, comparison of classical and simple free-surface Green functions   14.4.257-264

     flows, comparison of classical and weakly-singular representations   15.43.241-248

     flows; hybrid LS and VOF method for 3D simulation of wave breaking and overtopping   19.4.308-316

     flows, multigrid technique for numerical simulations of water impact phenomena   16.4.283-289

     flows, nonlinear ; computations of 3-D fully nonlinear free-surface flows caused by advancing surface disturbances  18.4.292-301

flows, seabed response under waves with free-surface water flow, numerical investigation   17.2.97-104

     flows, wave-current interaction in shallow flows   14.2.86-88

     fluctuation, rigid vertical columns   6.1.41-46

     moving disturbance       7.4.262-268

     nonlinear, irregular waves       4.4.265-272

     nonlinear, FEM for time domain analysis of hydroelastic response of VLFS   16.3.168-174

     nonlinear flows    8.1.39-45, 8.3.173-181, 10.1.1-9, 11.3.191-193

     OWC, dynamic nonlinear response   7.2.154-159

     OWC, self-adaptive control mode   10.4.269-275

     performance prediction of surface-piercing bodies in numerical towing tank   18.2.106-111

     random vortex method (FSRVM)    8.4.241-250, 10.4.241-248

     random waves        4.4.257-264

     validation of numerical code by particle method for violent free-surface problems   16.4.261-267

     wave diffraction, offshore structure   6.2.104-111

     wave-induced motions of body floating in 2-layer fluid   15.3.175-182

     waves   8.3.182-191

Free vibration analysis, offshore structures   3.3.219-224

Freedom, single degree of, analysis (SDOF), blast resistance, topside structures   7.3.212-219

Freezing

     ground, gas pipelines   3.1.56-60

     process, 3-D icing modeling   5.1.37-42

     rainstorm, extreme loads on power line   10.3.177-181

     sea and fishing port in winter, numerical calculation model   15.3.215-222

     spray, vessel icing   4.2.119-126

Frequency(ies)

     acceleration   11.2.106-112

     coupled    9.3.201-207

diffraction-radiation wave, ship advancing through regular waves in finite water depth   16.4.241-252

domain, see topic entry below

     double, wave load, compliant TLP      5.2.111-119

     irregular        8.2.110-114

     low, motion, floater      1.2.164-166

     low, short cluster airgun array for shallow to deep crustal survey   19.1.60-65

     mixed, submerged pontoon, viscous damping   5.4.241-250

     natural     8.2.148-154    

     quadratic response   1.3.235-241

     resonance, deep-ocean pipe   4.4.320-330

     response        2.3.191-197

     response function, quadratic   2.3.168-174

     time and frequency domain analysis, ALP   4.4.298-301

     waveless, development of floating body with high performance   17.1.39-46

Frequency domain

comparison of classical and simple free-surface Green functions   14.4.257-264

computation of forward-speed wave-body interactions   17.2.125-131

     forward-speed seakeeping calculations   15.3.189-197

     IPS (Interproject Service) 2-body wave energy converter:  Acceleration tube optimization   20.4.247-255

     iterative solution   9.2.141-148

     method, 2nd-order Stokes waves      4.2.89-96

OWC-shoreline devices   11.2.147-154

     TLP six-degree-of-freedom model       8.1.58-65

(and) time domain analysis, ALP   4.4.298-301

validation studies of panel-free method for wave-body interaction analysis   19.4.295-299

     wave energy absorption by pulsating submerged sphere of variable radius with swinging moored tension line  15.1.40-45

Friction

     angle, developed, horizontal loading capacity of suction piles     12.1.56-63

     angle, direct shear test, oil-contaminated sand   11.3.220-226

     angle, internal, geotechnical characteristics of marine soil deposits   12.2.81-88

     bottom   9.2.81-89

     Coulomb, interlayer, cable vibration   15.3.229-234

     grain structures in al-alloy friction stir welds observed by stop-action technique   14.4.289-295

     pipeline-soil interaction, seabed characterization and models   17.3.193-204

     ratio, skin, steel pile, remolded clay    5.3.235-239

     skin, pile, clay    7.1.77-80

     soil, angle ratio   15.2.155-159

     spiral strand, wire rope, large diameter   6.3.219-226

     steel cables, lay angle   7.1.54-62

     stir welding, dissimilar Fe-Ni joint    16.3.228-232

stir welding, heat source models in simulation of heat flow   14.4.296-304

stir welding, joints of carbon steels, microstructural study   14.4.284-288

     stir welding, residual stress evaluation for weldment of structural components using instrumented indentation technique   17.4.276-279

     umbilical   3.2.143-149

     unit skin, metal pile sand   2.3.234-237

     welding       8.2.140-143, 8.2.144-147, 16.2.132-137

Frictional resistance; uplift behavior of under-reamed anchors in seabed   17.4.317-319

Frigg gas field, North Sea, wave duration/persistence data/statistics, recording interval, fractal dimension   12.2.108-113

Frost heave, gas pipelines      3.1.56-60

Froude-Krylov force       13.2.105-111

Froude number: LNG sloshing: characteristics and scaling laws   19.4.264-270

Frozen soil, creep damage, embedded pile    6.2.96-103

FSRVM, see Free-surface random vortex method         

FSW, see Friction stir welding and Welding, friction stir

Full-size testing and analysis of X120 linepipe, high-performance pipeline technology feature issue   14.1.42-51

Fuzzy Averaging Method (approximate reasoning approach)   16.1.48-56

Fuzzy control, guidance, biology-inspired precision maneuvering of underwater vehicles, Part 3    15.2.81-87

Fuzzy sets theory, application in risk assessment   12.4.288-296

FVM (Finite Volume Method)

     roll response of various hull sectional shapes using a Navier-Stokes Solver   19.1.46-51

 

 

G

Galerkin method (FEM)

     dynamics of flexible riser   14.2.110-117

     fluid domain    7.4.269-276

Galloping

     Chinese transmission lines, analysis and categories of severe ice accidents   14.3.196-201

     nutation damper    7.3.174-180

     splitter-plate wake stabilization and low aspect ratio cylinder flow-induced vibration mitigation   20.3.190-195

Gap effect on transversal force acting on infinite array of cylinders   15.4.249-256

Gap, theoretical prediction, positioning and gap between parts   14.2.138-144

Gas

     bubble concentration   9.3.219-225

     hydrates, geologic evidence   8.1.22-29

     hydrates, global warming   4.2.162-166

     hydrate(s), impact of porous microstructures on their macroscopic properties   14.4.305-309

     pipelines, frost heave   3.1.56-60

     pipelines, high-performance technology (X120-grade steel), feature issue   14.1.2-80

     pulse shielding, molten pool oscillation in TIG arc welding   14.2.145-149

Gate, range, camera, underwater, laser, viewing       6.1.1-8    

Gaussian

     kernel estimator, modified nonlinear Schrödinger (MNLS), ocean surface   15.3.168-174

     process      8.4.258-264

quadrature, computation of forward-speed wave-body interactions in frequency domain   17.2.125-131

quadrature, validation studies of panel-free method for wave-body interaction analysis   19.4.295-299

random fields, spatial models for variability of significant wave heights in world oceans   18.1.1-7

     sea   10.2.91-98, 10.3.161-169

General shear failure, pipelines   4.1.30-35

Generalized Fokker Planck equation, slow drift motion   6.2.112-123

Generator

tidal current power generation system      11.1.77-79

wave power   1.2.121-128, 4.1.76-80, 5.1.72-74, 6.1.76-80, 10.2.153-159

Genetic algorithm

     IPS 2-body wave energy converter:  Acceleration tube optimization   20.4.247-255

     optimal acoustic search path planning for sonar system   17.3.218-224

Geohazards; waves and other forms as evidence of geohazards in Caspian Sea   20.4.241-246   

Geological survey operations, Russia, submersibles   6.4.275-277

Geometry

     fractal, recording interval, wave duration/persistence statistics   12.2.108-113

     harbor, hydrodynamic force, floating body   4.2.97-104

Geophysical maps, underwater navigation, autonomous vehicles   6.1.9-18

Geotechnical

     centrifuge, horizontally loaded suction piles   10.3.222-228

     characteristics, cobalt-rich manganese deposits      5.1.75-79

Geotechnics, penetrometer tip geometry   13.1.73-78

Geotextile tube with fine-grained materials, consolidation process        14.2.150-158

Giant waves   10.3.170-172

Gibraltar Straits, flow instability       1.2.129-136

Glass/epoxy, failure analysis   4.3.248-256

Glass-fiber composite, Izod notch toughness       13.3.232-239

Glider, gliding

     disk-type underwater glider for virtual mooring and field experiment, 19.1.66-70

Global

     positioning, floating OTEC plant   3.3.236-239

     positioning system, acoustic tomography, ocean-interiors real-time monitoring  13.4.280-284

     positioning system, cellular phone, Lagrangian drifter       12.3.213-216

     positioning system, differential, ice gouge measurement strategy   12.1.34-39

     scour, at pile groups   15.3.204-209

     warming, gas hydrates, permafrost   4.2.162-166

GMAW, see Welding

Godunov-type

     finite volume method; cut-cell model for wave scattering from cylinder in shallow water   17.4.266-269

     method; well-balanced shallow flow solver for coastal simulations   20.1.41-47

Goodman, modified diagram; maximum stress and fatigue strength of drill pipe in presence of strong ocean current   20.1.15-17

Gradient, hydraulic, discharge capacity of prefabricated horizontal drains     13.2.147-153

Grain

     boundary fracture area, high-strength steel   5.1.67-71

     structures in al-alloy friction stir welds observed by stop-action technique   14.4.289-295

Graphite/epoxy, failure analysis      4.3.248-256

Gravel compaction pile (GPC), effect on settlement reduction in soft ground   15.3.235-240

Gravity cage, hydrodynamic behaviors of gravity cage in current and waves   19.2.97-107

Gravity coring, cobalt-rich manganese deposits      5.1.75-79

Gravity-based multicolumn structures, diffraction theory as prediction tool for airgap   16.3.175-182

Gravity-based structure (GBS)    9.4.298-306

Green growth   20.3.161-166

Green’s function, method

     comparison of classical and simple free-surface   14.4.257-264

computation of forward-speed wave-body interactions in frequency domain   17.2.125-131

     forward-speed seakeeping calculations in frequency domain  15.3.189-197

     hydroelasticity, VLFS   1.4.307-316

     validation studies of panel-free method for wave-body interaction analysis   19.4.295-299

     wave, effects of irregular frequencies    8.2.110-114

     wave propagation across ice-sheet crack   10.3.173-176, 12.3.157-162

     wave response analysis by accelerated Green’s function method in infinite water depth   17.1.32-38

     wave scattering by an infinite straight-line array of axisymmetric floes   18.4.254-262

Greenwater; time-domain simulation of nonlinear wave impact leads on fixed offshore platform and decks   20.4.275-283

Grid(s)

     moving and nesting grid; diffusion simulation of CO2 discharged in mesoscale deep ocean by using moving-nesting grid technique   20.1.48-53

     moving, chimera domain decomposition   7.4.277-284

     overlapping grid method   15.3.161-167

     plastic analysis method   11.4.310-314

     resolution, effects on simulation of semidiurnal internal tides   17.2.105-111

Grillages, plastic analysis method   11.4.310-314

Ground

     deformation, Osaka Bay area       6.2.81-90

     compaction pile (SCP)-reinforced composite ground with low area replacement ratio, drained triaxial behavior   17.2.152-158

     composite ground reinforced by sand compaction piles   17.3.233-239

     wing deicing    5.1.32-36

Grounding(s)

     commercial vessels, risk assessment   9.1.16-21

     crashworthiness, ship dynamics   6.3.195-202

     damage, double-hull tanker   5.4.285-293

     -induced sectional force, double-hull tanker   7.2.141-145

     ship, motion prediction       11.2.99-105    

Group

     high-run length, nonlinear random waves of finite bandwidth, statistical properties   15.1.14-20

      pile, wave forces   3.3.225-230

Groups, high waves, Markov Theory   12.2.105-108

GTAW (gas tungsten arc welding)

mechanized; root bead penetration in hyperbaric GTAW of X70 pipeline   16.2.123-127

weld metal mechanical properties, X70 pipeline    16.3.233-240

Guidance and control, biology-inspired precision maneuvering of underwater vehicles, Part 3    15.2.81-87

Guide vane

     impulse turbine   3.1.73-78,     4.1.76-80, 5.1.72-74, 10.2.145-152,     12.2.142-146

     impulse turbine, link        6.1.76-80

     Wells turbine    8.2.155-160, 10.2.145-152, 10.2.153-159, 11.1.72-76

Gulf of Mexico, ultra-deep water, well systems       2.4.241-249

Gusset plate/CHS tube joint load-deformation relationships       10.4.292-300

 

 

H

H4  control       10.3.187-194

Hamilton principle       8.2.148-154

Hand-in-Hand System, AUV localization and obstacle avoidance strategy   14.4.265-273, 14.4.274-283

Harbor(s)

     entering and departing, wave-induced ship motions   15.2.117-124

     entrance, ship motions, new observation system       13.2.112-119

     entrance channel operation and design   8.3.200-206

     tranquility, study of difficulties entering and departing harbors   15.2.117-124

     U.S., groundings of commercial vessels   9.1.16-21

Hardening

     anisotropic and kinematic; modeling of anisotropy of TMCP and UOE line pipes   17.4.288-293

     kinematic, viscoelastic-viscoplastic constitutive model, dynamic behavior characteristics of clay in wide strain range   16.2.153-160

     parameter, thick tubes, collapse      3.2.121-129

     strain       1.1.27-41, 14.2.125-131

     strain-aged   18.4.307-313

Hardness   8.2.140-143

HAZ: low-temperature service and temperature, sour-resistant X65 UOE line pipe    20-3.218-223

HAZ softening; material design for line pipe steel to minimize HAZ softening   18.3.204-210

HAZ toughness; material design for line pipe steel to obtain good toughness   18.3.204-210

Head, extra-low, Darrieus-type cross-flow runner   8.4.318-320

Heat

     content of water incoming with Nordcapp Current, northeastern Barents Sea from early 1950s to present   17.3.161-168

     generation, heat source models in simulation of heat flow in friction stir welding   14.4.296-304

     transfer in oil   14.3.169-175

     transfer with phase change        7.2.127-134, 7.3.226-232

     treatment    8.2.140-143

treatment online process (HOP); high-deformability linepipe with resistance to strain-aged hardening by heat treatment online process  18.4.308-313  

Heat exchanger

     double-fluted tube type       9.2.158-159

     plate-type   9.2.158-159

Heat insulation: thermal performance of embankment within crushed rock layer along Qinghai-Tibet Railway    20.3.210-217

Heating

electrothermal deicing of wind turbine blades; wind tunnel study   17.3.182-188

     line heating, improved inherent strain analysis for plate bending, considering phase transformation of steel   17.2.139-144

     local, fatigue life extension of through-thickness crack   12.3.223-228

     ropes, polyester   7.1.63-69

Heave

     oscillations       8.3.173-181

     -roll motion, nonlinear dynamics   3.1.26-31

     ship roll, 1/f noise   5.3.225-229

     vertical and horizontal square cylinder   5.3.180-187

Heavy metals

     electrokinetic remediation of unsaturated soil contaminated by heavy metals―I: experimental study   20.2.140-146

     electrokinetic remediation of unsaturated soil contaminated by heavy metals―II: numerical analysis    20.2.147-155

Heidrun ringing wave, ULSM/UNIOM test data   12.3.189-195

Helix, MHD, propulsion    5.2.91-97

Helmholtz decomposition, wave-current interaction in shallow flows  14.2.86-88

Heterogeneity; synergies between VLFS hydroelasticity and sea ice research   18.4.241-253

HIC (hydrogen-induced cracking), see Hydrogen

Hierarchy, hierarchic properties of sea-ice cover   13.2.128-132

High concentration, hydrate core sample using thermodynamic inhibitor or steam injection combined with depressurization and high-concentration inhibitor injection―Part III   20.2.125-131

High-order asymptotic solution, nonlinear surface wave diffraction, condition at infinity   1.1.77-85

High-pressure, high-performance pipeline technology (X120-grade steel), feature issue   14.1.2-80

High seas, nonlinear response of offshore structures to   19.1.1-7

High strain capacity X60 linepipe steels with superior strain aging resistance   18.3.171-175

High-strength line pipes with enhanced deformability   20.4.298-305

High-strength steel(s)

buckling resistance of high-strength UOE linepipes used in strain-based design applications   18.3.176-182

     high-performance pipeline technology (X120-grade steel), feature issue       14.1.2-80

     strain-based design, recent advances in curved wide plate testing and implications   18.3.161-170

     stress corrosion cracking    5.1.67-71, 14.1.2-10

High voltage

     atmospheric icing, crystallography   7.1.13-15

     ice accretion   4.1.40-47

     iced insulators   2.4.297-302

High waves, groups, Markov Theory   12.2.105-108

Higher-order boundary element(s) method (HOBEM)

     drift forces      3.2.101-106

     hydrodynamic loadings   1.1.8-17

     nonlinear waves   4.3.174-182

     responses of barge-mounted platform in waves and currents        9.4.283-292

     TLP 4.4.284-291

     wave load, compliant TLP        5.2.111-119

Higher-order performance index   9.2.141-148

Higher-order spectra, estimation of nonlinear Volterra models   13.1.12-20

Hinge

     connector, large floating multiple connected structure, hydrodynamic interaction   5.3.204-211

     plastic, plastic collapse of grillage or grids under point load        11.4.310-314

Historical review       9.1.1-9

HOBEM, see BEM higher-order

Hockling, loop formation by low-tension cable under torsion   12.3.217-222

Hopkinson Bar, glass-fiber, reinforced polymer (FRP), effect of load rate   15.1.54-61

Horizontal

     cylinder, submerged, nonlinear Froude-Krylov forces       13.2.105-111

     cylinder, submerged, nonlinear wave reflections, transmissions   13.1.29-37

     cylinder, wave force, laboratory experiment    6.2.124-130

     cylinder, wave loading       1.4.247-254

     drains, prefabricated, discharge capacity   13.2.147-153

     large cylinders, wave impacts   4.1.23-29

     members, wave forces      4.3.212-218

     plate, coastal structures, wave forces   6.1.19-26

     resistance, suction piles        12.1.56-63

     square cylinder, added mass, radiation damping   5.3.180-187

     subgrade reaction, pile      3.2.156-160

time domain analysis of hydroelastic response of VLFS considering horizontal motion   18.1.21-26

     (and) vertical oscillations, vertical circular cylinder   4.1.11-17

Hot-brine injection; methane hydrate reformation under dissociation process   20.1.68-71

Hot-spot stress(es)

     analysis procedure, ships and FPSO units      12.1.40-47

     design curves for fatigue assessment of welded structures   12.2.134-141

     SCFs and fatigue design of multiplanar tubular DT joints   12.4.305-310

     tubular joint   2.2.141-146

     welded joints, ultrasonic peening   6.4.304-307

Hot tap applications, evaluation of welding procedures and consumables for hyperbaric GMAW for diverless retrofit tee hot-tap applications   18.3.149-155

Hot-water injection

laboratory-scale experiment of methane hydrate dissociation by hot-water injection and numerical analysis for permeability estimation in reservoir: Part 1   17.1.47-56

modification of permeability model and history matching of laboratory-scale experiment for dissociation process of methane hydrate:  Part 2   17.1.57-66

Huge circular island, 2nd-order long wave       2.1.54-60

Hughes Glomar Explorer, with 5000-m-long, heavy-lift pipe deployed; full-scale, coupled ship and pipe motions measured in North Pacific Ocean   20.1.1-6

Hull

     double-, structures, post-buckling strength   13.3.209-215

     girder ultimate strength; structural reliability analysis for assessment of ULS of ship’s hull—case study   20.4.306-312

     /mooring coupled dynamic analysis   11.1.42-54

     /mooring/riser coupled analysis   20.2.95-102

     roll response of various hull sectional shapes using a Navier-Stokes Solver   19.1.46-51

     ship, corrosion, failure rate, fatigue, weldments   2.2.135-140

Hummocks, ice ridges, Eastern Barents Sea, May 2003 Expedition data   15.1.28-33

Hung-off; experiments for modeling internal fluid effect on hung-off rigid riser under axial motion   20.1.7-14

Hybrid

     integral-equation method, wave-induced motion   1.2.146-153

     wave model, slow-drift motion, compliant offshore structures    7.2.119-126

Hydrate(s)

     core sample, dissociation behavior using thermodynamic inhibitor―Part I   16.1.5-9

     core sample, dissociation behavior using thermodynamic inhibitor, experimental investigation using long core samples―Part II   18.2.156-159

     core sample, dissociation behavior, using thermodynamic inhibitor or steam injection combined with depressurization and high-concentration inhibitor injection―Part III   20.2.125-131

gas, impact of porous microstructures on their macroscopic properties   14.4.305-309

Hydrates, reservoirs

     formation from nucleation theory, kinetics   12.4.256-263

     geologic evidence   8.1.22-29

     global warming   4.2.162-166

Hydraulic

     conductivity, coarse sand   2.4.318-320

     fracture, conductors, drilling   2.4.303-308

     gradient, discharge capacity of prefabricated horizontal drains  13.2.147-153

     gradient; solid-liquid flow experiment with real and artificial manganese nodules in flexible hoses   19.1.77-79

     lifter, waterjet, manganese nodule collector   11.3.237-239

Hydrodynamic(s)

     coefficients, OWC-shoreline devices   11.2.147-154

     coefficients, sway and roll hydrodynamics of cylindrical sections   13.4.241-248

     coefficients, VLFS   1.4.307-316

     damping, fluid-structure interaction        3.2.107-114, 7.3.197-204

     drag, marine cables     1.1.18-26

     elliptical disk, submerged      6.1.35-40

     force, circular cylinder     1.4.279-283

     force, conductor pipes  4.3.231-233

     force, floating body, harbor geometry     4.2.97-104

     force, wave-induced motions of body floating in 2-layer fluid   15.3.175-182

     forces, nonlinear      4.3.174-182

     forces, on submarine pipelines on seabed       8.2.122-129

     frequency response   2.3.191-197

     hydrostatic, and fluctuating, strong asymmetric wave       6.4.291-293

     impact; sensitivity study on computational parameters for prediction of slosh-induced impact pressure   16.2.104-111

     instabilities, optimization of vortex shedding in 3-D wakes using belt actuators   15.1.7-13

     interaction, fixed and floating cylinder   8.1.46-50

     interaction, near resonance of diffraction waves by array of plates   11.4.254-260

     interaction, VLFS   11.3.176-183

     interactions, large floating multiple connected structure      5.3.204-211

     interactions, VLFS, drift force and moment      12.2.98-104

     interference, vertical piggyback cylinders in regular waves      12.4.249-255

     load, ocean platform        1.2.146-153

     loadings, boundary element method        1.1.8-17

     LNG sloshing: characteristics and scaling laws   19.4.264-270

     MOLIKPAQ platform      4.3.183-192

     mooring, cable        1.3.176-182

     moving source, ice, internal wave manifestation   7.2.81-88

     offshore structures   2.4.251-261, 4.2.81-88

     OWC, dynamic nonlinear response      7.2.154-159

     pile-restrained floating breakwater   8.4.265-269

     pressure, ice and earthquake loads on structure in Okhotsk Sea   11.4.298-303

     random forces       1.3.242-245

     random waves       1.4.2 55-263, 4.4.257-264

     ROV, air-sea interface      6.3.177-183

     Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics, see SPH  SPH   

     tension leg platform, review   3.4.241-249

     underwater vehicles       2.3.198-203

     unsteady vehicle motions, control, in-line force model search   10.4.249-254

     wave basins   5.1.1-9

     wave forces, horizontal plate      6.1.19-26

Hydroelastic, hydroelasticity

     aircraft landing impact, aircraft-floating structure-water interaction system   15.4.257-263

     floating artificial island in waves    9.1.39-47

     floating island, solitary wave, tsunami    6.3.171-176

     linear wave, scattering by circular elastic plate   14.2.81-85

     motions and drift sources of VLMOS (Very Large Mobile Offshore Structure)  15.3.183-188

     multimodule mobile offshore base   9.2.126-133

     response, cylindrical shell structures, earthquakes in ice-covered seas   13.1.4-11

     response, mega-float structure, stress analysis   12.1.48-55

     response of VLFS, FEM for time domain analysis, with fully nonlinear free-surface conditions   16.3.168-174

     ringing response of vertical cylinder in breaking wave groups    9.4.276-282

     sealine   1.3.183-188

     synergies between VLFS hydroelasticity and sea ice research   18.4.241-253

time domain analysis of hydroelastic response of VLFS considering horizontal motion   18.1.21-26

     VLFS   1.4.307-316, 10.2.81-90

     VLFS applications of fast multipole method for wave diffraction-radiation problems   16.4.253-260

Hydrofoil, submerged, free-surface flow   10.4.263-268

Hydrogen

     content, crack nucleation time   4.2.151-155

     embrittlement, fractography      4.3.234-240

     HIC (hydrogen-induced cracking): Low-temperature service and temperature, sour-resistant X65 UOE line pipe    20-3.218-223

Hydrostatic

     hydrodynamic, and fluctuating, strong asymmetric wave       6.4.291-293

     pressure, spherical shell        1.4.284-292

Hyperbaric (underwater) welding

     evaluation of welding procedures and consumables for hyperbaric GMAW for diverless retrofit tee hot-tap applications   18.2.149-155

     gas metal arc (GMA) welds in x65 pipeline steel; mechanical properties   20.2.110-117

      root bead penetration in hyperbaric GTAW of X70 pipeline   16.2.123-127

     weld metal mechanical properties of X70 pipeline    16.3.233-240

Hysteresis, biplane axial turbine       1.2.122-128

 

 

I

Ice

     accidents, Chinese transmission lines, analysis and characteristics  14.3.196-201

     accretion, analytical modeling, dry ice accretion shapes   12.3.178-183

     accretion, insulators, flashover   2.3.228-233

     accretion, 3-D modeling   5.1.37-42

     adhesion to oil        7.4.246-253

     advection, arches, flow of ice through converging channels   16.4.268-273

     bar, uniaxial viscoelastic   2.2.129-134

     brash ice channel tests and modeling with CCGS Terry Fox   19.3.206-213

     brash, oil spills   3.4.306-312, 5.2.127-133

     breaking, nonstationary movement of load   9.4.293-297

     breaking vessels (supply, tug, research, passenger car/ferries), recent trend in design parameters of ice-transiting vessels   18.4.282-287

     brittle indentation, failure      2.3.212-221

     characteristics      1.1.53-57

     columnar   2.3.212-221

     compressive strength, high strain rate loading, fracture study of ice   14.3.182-188

     concentration, air-ice drag coefficient due to ice surface roughness   12.2.121-125

     concentration, flow of ice through converging channels   16.4.268-273

conditions, severe; formation in northeastern Barents Sea from early 1950s to present   17.3.161-168

     conical, model testing   3.4.313-321

     converging channels, flow of ice  16.4.268-273

     -coupled waves    12.3.157-162, 18.4.263-270

cover, conditions for formation of extremely severe ice seasons in northeastern Barents Sea from early 1950s to present   17.3.161-168

     cover, crack   1.3.212-219

     cover, dynamics   3.1.51-55

     cover extent, estimations of some components of ice conditions in Northeastern Barents Sea   16.4.274-282

     cover flexural oscillations   11.1.1-8

     cover, mobile, moored oceanographic profiler (ICYCLER)   14.3.176-181

     cover, nonstationary movement of load   9.4.293-297

     -covered insulators, flashover        6.4.298-303

     -covered seas, cylindrical shell structures and earthquake force   13.1.4-11

     creep, failure, model, strength        3.2.130-138

     crystals, insulators, high voltage   2.4.297-302

     damage probability  10.4.285-291

     deflections, ship wave wake   7.1.1-12, 7.2.81-88

     deformation, correlation, noise wind, temperature      6.2.152-158

     density, flexural strength of drifting first-year ice in Barents Sea   17.3.169-175

     dome spanning 20~30 m, field experiment   12.4.264-270

     drafts; ice and ocean mooring data statistics from Barrow Strait, central section of NW Passage in Canadian Arctic Archipelago   18.4.277-281

     drifting, with corrugated underside      10.1.41-49

     dynamic response, high strain rate loading, fracture study of ice   14.3.182-188

     dynamics, jam, river, numerical simulation   3.4.328-332

     effect, surface waves of finite amplitude   9.3.161-166

     event recurrence, Québec   11.1.9-15

     excursion distribution of crushing, abrasion of concrete structures   6.2.144-151

                                                                                                                                 

     failure   2.3.204-211

     flexural deformations, internal wave manifestations, ship wave wake   7.2.81-88

     flexural deformations, precursors, strain, ship wave wake   7.1.1-12

     flexural strength     1.1.53-57, 17.3.169-175

     floes, see topic entry below

     flow, see Flow of ice

     force(s)   2.1.67-72, 2.2.129-134, 2.3.204-211, 14.3.182-188

     forces, change of water level, multilegged structure   2.3.222-227

     formation, estimations of some components of ice conditions in northeastern Barents Sea    16.4.274-282

     gouging, ice keels on seafloor, measurement strategy      12.1.34-39

     growth, sea and port freezing in winter, numerical calculation model   15.3.215-222

     impact, high strain rate loading, fracture study of ice   14.3.182-188

     indentor, contact mechanics, BEM   7.1.16-21

     -induced damage   10.4.285-291

     -induced vibrations   2.3.204-211

     instrumentation   9.1.62-67

     lateral confinement, continuum damage, impact   5.1.23-31

     level, flow of ice through converging channels   16.4.268-273

     load(s), see topic entry below

     measurement, growth and melt, Labrador pack ice   9.1.62-67

     melting, sea and port freezing in winter, numerical calculation model   15.3.215-222

     mobile ice cover, moored oceanographic profiler (ICYCLER)   14.3.176-181

     multi-year, physical properties   1.1.53-57

     navigation, safe speeds, operational-risk criteria       10.4.285-291

     old ice; spreading in Barents Sea   20.1.54-60

     pack, Gulf of St. Lawrence, surface roughness     12.2.121-125    

     pack, Labrador  9.1.62-67

     phases of ice phenomena, estimations of some components of ice conditions in northeastern Barents Sea   16.4.274-282

     porosity; flexural strength of drifting first-year ice in Barents Sea   17.3.169-175

     residency period, statistical analysis of field data, Québec occurrence       11.1.9-15

residual ice; conditions for formation of extremely severe ice seasons in northeastern Barents Sea from early 1950s to present   17.3.161-168

     response of armoured riser to wave and ice actions, and ice-block impacts   15.4.282-291

     ridged, flow of ice through converging channels   16.4.268-273

     roughness, surface, air-ice drag coefficient   12.2.121-125

     rubble, ground; ice model tests of caisson platform in shallow water   17.4.270-275

     safe speeds, operational-risk criteria   10.4.285-291

     salinity; flexural strength of drifting first-year ice in Barents Sea   17.3.169-175

     sea ice, see topic entry below

     sheet, crack        10.3.173-176, 12.3.157-162

     sheet, ice-structure interaction during earthquakes      11.4.290-297

     sheet, indentation pressure       5.4.279-284

     sheet, indentation test   8.3.161-166

     sheet, infinite and inhomogeneous, and oblique crack       12.3.157-162

     -strengthened, cargo vessels; recent trend in design parameters of ice-transiting vessels   18.4.282-287

     -strengthened, design of side structure   15.3.210-214

     stress       2.3.212-221

     structure interaction   2.3.204-211

     tank, ice and earthquake loads on structure in Sea of Okhotsk   11.4.298-303

     tank, modeling of brash ice channel and tests with model CCGS Terry Fox   19.3.206-213

     temperature effects, high strain rate loading, fracture study of ice   14.3.182-188

     temperature; flexural strength of drifting first-year ice in Barents Sea   17.3.169-175

     thickness   9.1.62-67, 16.4.268-273

     topography, bottom      10.1.41-49

     transiting vessels (supply, tug, research, passenger car/ferries), recent trend in design parameters  18.4.282-287

     velocities, ice and ocean mooring data statistics from Barrow Strait, central section of NW Passage in Canadian Arctic Archipelago   18.4.277-281

     viscoelastic ice plate, mathematical modeling of shock loading   16.1.1-4

Ice floe(s)

     flexure   3.4.322-327

     fractal properties      13.1.1-3

     run-up caused by tsunami in Sea of Okhotsk   15.1.34-39  

     spreading of old ice in Barents Sea   20.1.54-60

Ice, load(s)

     computer simulation, offshore structures     2.2.123-128

     design equation, failure criterion, mechanical behavior   4.1.53-61

design of side structure of      ice-strengthened tankers   15.3.210-214

     equation for level ice sheet   12.3.171-177

     factors affecting, field indentation test      11.3.161-167

     high strain rate loading, fracture study of ice   14.3.182-188

     ice-sheet effect on   8.3.161-166

     ice-structure interaction during earthquakes   11.4.290-297

     limit-force and design   8.1.16-21

     model tests of caisson platform in shallow water   17.4.270-275

     modeling, dry ice accretion shapes   12.3.178-183

     operational-risk criteria       10.4.285-291

     overhead power line       10.3.177-181

     pressure, nonsimultaneous crushing        6.2.138-143

rubble, ground; ice model tests of caisson platform in shallow water   17.4.270-275

     shock loading, instantaneous impulsive load, mathematical modeling of   16.1.1-4

     structure in Okhotsk Sea   11.4.298-303

Ice, sea

     Barents Sea, ice ridges, hummocks, May 2003 Expedition data   15.1.28-33

     Barents Sea, spreading of old ice   20.1.54-60

     characteristics   1.1.53-57

     cover, modeling annual variation in Baffin Bay   17.3.176-181

     cover, hierarchic and fractal properties        13.2.128-132

     drifting, with corrugated underside   10.1.41-49

     dynamics   8.1.9-15

     equation for level ice sheet   12.3.171-177

     field indentation test, JOIA project, Lake Notoro, Hokkaido   11.3.161-167

     floes, fractal properties   13.1.1-3, 79

     gouge measurement strategy   12.1.34-39

     ice-load equation for level ice sheet   12.3.171-177

     indentation test, JOIA project, Lake Notoro, Hokkaido   11.3.161-167

     inhomogeneous     14.3.161-168

     modeling annual variation of sea-ice cover in Baffin Bay  17.3.176-181

     Okhotsk Sea, ice floe run-up caused by tsunami  15.1.34-39

     scattering and damping of ice-coupled waves   18.4.263-270

     seasonal variations        1.1.53-57

Iceberg

     collision risk, production, trajectories   4.1.48-52

     design load calculations for impacts        9.4.298-306

     drift and forecasting, operational model    15.2.125-131

     wave-iceberg load combination factor      8.1.1-8

Icebreaker(s)

     design parameters of ice-transiting vessels   18.4.282-287

      testing and analysis   10.1.34-40

Iced insulators

     flashover    2.3.228-233, 4.2.112-118

     high voltage    2.4.297-302

Icicle(s)

     insulators    2.4.297-302

     morphogenetic modeling, transmission lines, freezing rain    11.1.16-22

     3-D icing modeling    5.1.37-42

Icing

     atmospheric, crystallography, high voltage   7.1.13-15

     atmospheric, ground wing deicing   5.1.32-36

     atmospheric, rate, device   5.1.43-50

     atmospheric, wet       8.3.167-172

     atmospheric, wind speed and wind-on-ice loads       11.1.9-15

     electothermal deicing/heating of wind turbine blades; wind tunnel study   17.3.182-188

     modeling, morphogenetic, wet ice accretions on transmission lines   11.1.16-22

     modeling, 3-D        5.1.37-42

     modeling of ice load, dry ice accretion shapes   12.3.178-183

     numerical model, vessel   4.2.119-126

     transmission lines, China, characteristics and analysis of severe ice accidents   14.3.196-201

ICYCLER (moored oceanographic profiler to measure surface-layer water properties under mobile ice cover)   14.3.176-181

Idealized Structural Unit Method, see ISUM

Identification

     modal parameter; temperature effect on vibration characteristics of laminated beam   20.2.118-124

     system, cable dynamics        2.1.38-45

     system, nonlinear, Volterra models in offshore engineering  13.1.12-20

Illite, creep behavior of deep-sea and island clays at room and elevated temperatures   15.1.65-70

Ill-posed problem, cable compression   3.3.168-171

Illumination, pulsed, underwater, laser, viewing        6.1.1-9

ILS (Instrument Landing System), Mega-Float Phase-II Model   13.4.254-259

Image processing

automatic position-adjustable elevator for workboat     16.3.202-209

X-ray radiographic, weld defects    5.2.142-146

Impact(s)(ing)

     continuum damage, ice       5.1.23-31

     cylindrical shell, local damage    2.2.147-152

     dynamics: LNG tank sloshing assessment methodology―the new generation   19.4.241-253

     force, Draupner freak wave impact, field and laboratory, on vertical truncated cylinder   13.4.260-265

     force, weak, strong asymmetric wave   6.4.291-293

     ice, high strain rate loading, fracture study of ice   14.3.182-188

     iceberg    9.4.298-306

     influence of DR between liquid and gas on sloshing model test results   19.4.271-279

     hydro-elastic: simulations of hydro-elastic impacts using parallel SPH model   20.3.181-189

     liquid: LNG sloshing: characteristics and scaling laws   19.4.264-270

     loads, free-span pipeline   6.1.53-61

     (and) nonimpact, strong and weak asymmetric wave, rise and fall time   7.3.161-167

     (and) nonimpact, strong and weak asymmetric wave, springing and ringing        7.1.28-35, 8.2.81-89

     notched, glass-fiber, reinforced polymer (FRP), effect of load rate on notch toughness   15.1.54-61

     pressure, probability density function; effect of bow flare shape on water impact pressure   16.2.112-117

     pressure, slamming, on VLFS        12.1.9-15

     pressure, slosh-induced; sensitivity study on computational parameters for prediction   16.2.104-111         

     pressure, sloshing, LNG carrier   5.1.10-15

     pressure, water; effect of bow flare shape  16.2.112-117

     pressures, wave, cylinder   1.2.94-100

     process, strong asymmetric wave   6.4.291-293

     tests on steel and aluminum plates in low-velocity regime   9.1.10-15

     vertical plate vibration and generation of transient waves by wave impact; nonlinear solution   19.3.189-197

     wave impact pressure calculations by improved SPH methods   19.4.300-307

     wave impact; numerical simulation of strongly nonlinear wave-ship interaction by CIP-based Cartesian grid method   20.2.81-87

     wave slamming of FPSO bow, mitigation   12.4.297-304

Impeller, control, anti-rolling tank   5.1.17-22

Imperfect saturation influence on deformation characteristics and pore water pressure buildup under cyclic loading for sand  20.2.132-139

Implantation, sensor, deep ocean         6.4.255-261

Implicit schemes, 2-D mooring dynamics       10.4.301-309

Implosion, double-wall pipe, finite element method   4.2.142-150

Importance sampling scheme       9.4.298-306

Improved Incompressible SPH, see SPH

Improvement, energy efficiency       20.3.161-166

Impulse

     turbine    2.3.238-240, 3.1.73-78, 4.1.76-80, 5.1.72-74, 10.2.145-152, 2.2.142-146

     waves    4.2.81-88

In situ, rest time, soft clay    1.3.195-199

Inclination angle

lifting analysis for heavy ship-hull blocks using 4 cranes   15.1.62-64

measurements    7.4.246-253

Inclined

     angle       1.4.279-283

     load, vertical pile, clay    3.3.231-235

Inclusion formation, thermodynamic analysis for weld microstructure control  16.2.128-131

Incomel 625 wire; hyperbaric gas metal arc (GMA) welds in x65 pipeline steel; mechanical properties   20.2.110-117

Indentation

     bow, ship collision    10.3.217-221

     instrumented indentation technique, residual stress evaluation for weldment of structural components   17.4.276-279

     pressure, ice sheet    5.4.279-284

     test, ice load, JOIA project, Lake Notoro, Hokkaido   11.3.161-167

     test, ice sheet   8.3.161-166

     wire, cable     4.4.340-345

Indentor, ice, contact mechanics, BEM   7.1.16-21

Index

compression; compressibility for normally consolidated clays using PCPT dissipation results   20.3.233-240

     higher-order performance       9.2.141-148

     Interaction Index: LNG sloshing: characteristics and scaling laws   19.4.264-270

     plasticity, marine clay   12.2.81-88

     plasticity, soft clay   1.3.195-199

     reliability, reinforced concrete offshore structures under extreme wave loading   16.2.138-145

Inertia, inertial

     forces on wave-induced seabed response    9.4.307-313

     loading    1.4.247-254

     measurement unit    15.2.88-95

     navigation system, advanced technologies for cruising AUV Urashima 18.2.81-90

     oscillatory    1.3.242-245

     rotary-inertia moments; loads on tie-down systems for floating drilling rigs during hurricane conditions   20.2.95-102

Inertial and drag force, wave, horizontal members      4.3.212-218

Infinite water depth

vertical and horizontal square cylinder, added mass, radiation damping       5.3.180-187

wave response analysis by accelerated Green’s function method   17.1.32-38

Infragravity waves, see Wave(s), long

Infrastructure systems, laterally loaded long piles in soft clay  13.3.169-174

Inherent strain

analysis for plate bending by line heating considering phase transformation of steel   17.2.139-144

new computational mechanics for ships and offshore engineering from construction to structural collapse   17.4.241-253

Inhibitor

     thermodynamic; natural gas hydrate, dissociation behavior using thermodynamic inhibitor―Part I   16.1.5-9

     thermodynamic; natural gas hydrate, dissociation behavior using thermodynamic inhibitor, experimental investigation using long core samples―Part II    18.2.156-159

     thermodynamic; natural gas hydrate, dissociation behavior, using thermodynamic inhibitor or steam injection combined with depressurization and high-concentration inhibitor injection―Part III   20.2.125-131

Initial ovality, thick tubes, collapse      3.2.121-129

Injection, hot-brine; methane hydrate reformation under dissociation process   20.1.68-71

Injection, hot-water

laboratory-scale experiment of methane hydrate dissociation by hot-water injection and numerical analysis for permeability estimation in reservoir: Part 1   17.1.47-56

modification of permeability model and history matching of laboratory-scale experiment for dissociation process of methane hydrate:  Part 2   17.1.-57-66

Injection, momentum

     D-section structural member      5.3.161-165

     drag reduction of  barge-like structure      13.2.81-87

     square prism   6.3.161-170

In-line force, combined wave and current flow on oscillating cylinders   11.2.93-98

Input-output model

     semi-empirical universal nonlinear, nonlinear response of offshore structures to high seas   19.1.1-7

vertical response of offshore structures to nonlinear waves (a review)   17.2.81-88

Inspection

     CAD     1.3.228-234

     reliability of marine structures, from Alexander Kielland accident to life cycle assessment   17.1.1-21

     pipelines subjected to carbon dioxide corrosion      10.2.123-130

     rapid inspection of underwater structures by multi-AUV system with smart cable   14.4.265-273, 14.4.274-283

     risk-based, planning applied to 14 steel jacket structures      11.1.64-71

Instability(ies)

     axial; soil-pipeline interaction along active fault systems   18.3.211-219

     convective, water wave, wind induced       5.4.273-278

     cylinders, wake-induced instability      12.1.31-33

     flow-induced      6.3.161-170

     fluid-structure interaction     1.3.167-175

     hydrodynamic, optimization of vortex shedding in 3-D wakes using belt actuators   15.1.7-13

     plastic, strength criteria, analytic predictions of failure pressure in line pipes   14.2.125-131

     seabed, earthquake, wave, review   7.3.220-225

     ship   4.2.105-111

     tensile: simulations of hydro-elastic impacts using parallel SPH model   20.3.181-189

Installation; numerical modeling of suction pile installation in Caspian Sea clay with effective and total stress analysis   20.4.313-320

Installation method, caisson foundation   4.3.223-230

Instrumentation

     cylindrical diaphragm wall movement during deep excavation   13.4.285-292

     field, assessment of offshore land reclamation works   14.4.315-320

Instrumented indentation technique, residual stress evaluation for weldment of structural components   17.4.276-279

Insulation, heat: thermal performance of embankment within crushed rock layer along Qinghai-Tibet Railway    20.3.210-217

Insulation, insulators

     H.V.       8.3.167-172

iced, accretion, flashover     2.3.228-233, 4.2.112-118, 6.4.298-303, 8.3.167-172

     reliability-based methodology for sloshing assessment of membrane LNG vessels   19.4.254-263

outdoor, high altitude, DC flashover process on ice surface       11.4.304-309

Intake/discharge flow, floating OTEC plant    3.3.236-239

Integral equation(s)

     interaction, plate shell fluid-structure      4.1.6-10

     J-integral, welded T-joints   11.2.125-132

     method        8.2.110-114

     method,  offshore structure   1.2.101-107

     model, flexural-gravity wave propagation in inhomogeneous sea ice sheet   14.3.161-168

Intensity

     apparent stress factor, crack nucleation time, electrode potential   1.4.151-155

     stress, factor, application of p-version FEM   13.2.133-138

Interaction(s)

     air-sea, phenomena   12.4.237-242

     bottom, touchdown region of catenary moorings   11.4.273-281

     diagram, failure-envelope, footing, shallow, sand    6.1.62-67

     effects on wave diffraction-radiation   8.2.102-109

     experiments for modeling internal fluid effect on hung-off rigid riser under axial motion   20.1.7-14

     fluid-body     8.4.251-257

     fluid-structure, see topic entry below

     gas-liquid interaction, numerical model of 2-D multiphase flow  15.3.198-203

hydrodynamic, fixed and floating cylinder   8.1.46-50

     hydrodynamic, large floating multiple connected structure   5.204-211

     hydrodynamic, near resonance of diffraction waves by array of plates        11.4.254-260

     hydrodynamic, VLFS    11.3.176-183

     hydrodynamic, VLFS, drift force and moment   12.2.98-104

     Index: LNG sloshing: characteristics and scaling laws   19.4.264-270

     jet-wall interaction in shallow waters   17.3.213-217

     nonlinear, time domain, TLP       4.4.284-291

     nonlinear pile-soil    13.3.169-174, 13.4.293-300

     wave-jet, mathematical model development and experimental results   17.2.119-124

     oil-ice    3.4.306-312, 5.2.127-133, 7.4.246-253

     pipeline-soil, seabed characterization and models   17.3.193-204

     soil-caisson, numerical analyis of suction caissons in clay   13.2.154-159

     soil-structure, pipelines        9.1.22-29

     soil-structure interaction systems, nonlinear      13.3.169-174

     solid-liquid-gas interaction, numerical model of 2-D multiphase flow 15.3.198-203

     structure, ice   2.3.204-211

     2-body   8.1.46-50

     wave(s), see topic entry below

Interaction(s), fluid-structure

     aircraft landing impact, aircraft-floating structure-water interaction system   15.4.257-263

     bottom, surface-mooring dynamics      10.3.200-208

     hydrodynamic damping        7.3.197-204

     mooring lines      7.1.48-53

     multimodule mobile offshore base      9.2.126-133

     seabed response under waves with free-surface water flow, numerical investigation   17.2.97-104

     shell, plate      4.1.6-10

     vertical plate vibration and generation of transient waves by wave impact; nonlinear solution   19.3.189-197

     vibration analysis of axisymmetric multi-layer liquid-filled cylindrical containers using RD-finite element method   18.1.43-49

     vortex-excited vibration   8.1.66-73,     13.4.266-273

     wave-current, and   3.2.107-114

     wave-soil-structure   11.2.99-105

     wave-structure        11.3.194-201

Interaction(s), wave(s)

     -body        8.1.39-45, 8.3.173-181, 14.3.210-217

-current interaction for waves propagating against currents   17.4.259-265

     -current, vertical cylinder , pile group      3.3.225-230

     current bodies at forward speed      1.1.58-63    

     optimum, between incident wave and wave-energy converters      12.2.147-155

     -structure   12.3.196-205

     -structure, submerged elliptical disk        6.1.35-40

     -structure-foundation, dynamic      8.1.30-38

     wave focusing       6.2.131-137

     wave-jet nonlinear: mathematical model development and experimental results   17.2.119-124

     wave-structure interaction; wave run-up and response spectrum for wave scattering from a cylinder   19.3.183-188.

     wave-topographic, internal wave energetics on shelf break   17.1.22-29

     wave, with fixed vertical circular cylinder, numerical investigation   14.3.202-209

     -wave, slow-drift motion, compliant offshore structures      7.2.119-126

     wind wave and swell   12.4.237-242

Interface

     air-sea, ROV, maneuvering    6.3.177-183

     behavior, pile foundations    2.2.114-122

     capturing, wave interaction with fixed vertical circular cylinder, numerical investigation   14.3.202-209

     element, theoretical prediction, positioning and gap between parts   14.2.138-144

     metallography of dissimilar Fe-Ni joint by friction stir welding   16.3.228-232

     tracking, wave interaction with fixed vertical circular cylinder, numerical investigation   14.3.202-209

wave-induced motions of body floating in 2-layer fluid   15.3.175-182

Interference

     hydrodynamic, piggyback risers in regular waves   12.4.249-255

     wake   12.1.31-33, 19.2.108-114

Intermittent submergence, horizontal members, wave forces   4.3.212-218

Internal

     fluid; experiments for modeling internal fluid effect on hung-off rigid riser under axial motion   20.1.7-14

     tides, effects of grid resolution on simulation  17.2.105-111

     wave manifestations, ice flexural deformations, ship wave wake   7.2.81-88

Intrinsic coordinate elements    10.1.57-63

Inundation effect, wave forces on jack-up platforms   11.2.87-92

Invar edges, raised, influence on sloshing impact pressures   19.4.280-285

Inverse end bearing factor; numerical modeling of suction pile installation in Caspian Sea clay with effective and total stress analysis   20.4.313-320

Inverse filtering   1.1.1-7

Investigation, soil    9.2.105-111

Ions, automatic measurement of dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN) ions in coastal field using simplified flow injection method   19.1.71-76

IPS (Interproject Service) 2-body wave energy converter:  Acceleration tube optimization   20.4.242-255

Irregular waves

     dynamic structural analysis   7.4.301-307

     forces, cylinder   5.4.270-272

     high Reynolds number      8.4.273-279

     IPS (Interproject Service) 2-body wave energy converter:  Acceleration tube optimization   20.4.247-255

     nonlinear, TLP    5.3.166-170

     numerical wave tank        4.4.265-272

     seepage force, circular cylinder bottom        7.1.70-76

     short-crested, Mega-Float Phase-II Model   13.4.254-259

     simulation of, floating platform dynamics        7.3.189-196

     vertical circular cylinder   4.3.206-211

Island(s)

     floating, solitary wave, tsunami      6.3.171-176

     floating artificial, in waves   9.1.39-47

     huge circular     2.1.54-60

     manmade, Kobe Port, Great Hanshin Earthquake, 1995     10.1.64-72

     manmade, Osaka Bay area        6.2.81-90

ISOPE Conferences, Award Recipients, 1993, 1994, 1995      5.4.319

Isothermal holding, solidification of Nb-Ti bearing HSLA steels   14.2.132-137

Isotropy, spatial models for variability of significant wave heights in world oceans   18.1.1-7

ISSC TLP      8.2.81-89

ISUM (Idealized Structural Unit Method)       1.1.27-41, 13.3.224-231, 17.4.241-253

Iterative learning control for underwater robots       13.2.120-127

Izod notch toughness

     glass-fiber, reinforced polymer (FRP), effect of load rate  15.1.54-61

     pultruded glass-fiber composite   13.3.232-239

 

 

J

J driving force, development of girth weld flaw assessment procedures for pipelines subjected to plastic straining   18.3.183-187

J-integral, welded T-joints       11.2.125-132

Jacket

     platform, drilling derrick, structural dynamics   6.3.184-194

     platform, earthquake response   1.3.220-227

     structure, offshore, modal analysis, damage detection      5.1.58-66

     structures, caisson foundation        4.3.223-230

Jack-up platforms, inundation effect of wave forces   11.2.87-92

Jam, ice, dynamics   3.4.328-332

Jet-wall interaction in shallow waters   17.3.213-217

Jetting, thermal conductivity of deepwater offshore sediments   14.4.310-314

Jin S. Chung Award Lecture 2008: Nonlinear response of offshore structures to high seas   19.1.1-7

JOIA project

     Lake Notoro, Hokkaido, ice-load indentation test     11.3.161-167

     Medium Scale Field Indentation tests (MSFIT)       12.3.171-177

Joint(s)

     aluminum alloy, applied positioning-controlled friction welding process   16.2.132-137

     carbon steel, friction stir welding, microstructural study   14.4.284-288

     circular hollow section X-joints, X-joints,  effect of chord load on ultimate strength   17.4.301-308   

     elastic, axial dampers, vertical pipe, deep-ocean mining   7.1.36-43

     elastic, vertical pipe, modeling, dynamic and static responses        6.3.203-211

     K-, tubular girders   10.1.50-56

     K gap joints of rectangular hollow sections, chord stress functions   17.3.225-232

     model    1.1.27-41

     multiplanar    1.1.44-52, 1.3.200-207

     multiplanar, ultimate capacity, comparison with code predictions       4.2.134-141

     rectangular hollow section (RHS), chord stress functions of K gap joints   17.3.225-232

   stiffness, strength        1.1.44-52

     strength       8.2.140-143

     T-joint(s)      9.3.195-200, 11.2.125-132

     TT-, multiplanar tubular steel, overall bending chord      5.4.308-316

     tubular   1.3.200-207, 2.1.1-6

     tubular, effect of chord load on ultimate strength of CHS X-joints  17.4.301-308   

     tubular, fatigue crack growth, life   4.3.241-247

     tubular, fatigue life      2.2.141-146

     tubular, girders   10.1.50-56

     tubular; joints between plates or I sections and a CHS chord   19.3.232-239

     tubular, multiplanar, ultimate behavior, capacity   3.1.43-50

     tubular, multiplanar DT joints, SCFs and fatigue design      12.4.305-310 

     uniplanar   1.1.44-52, 2.1.1-6

     welded, fatigue strength assessment, ships and FPSO units     12.1.40-47

     welded, ultrasonic peening        6.4.304-307

     X-joints       1.1.44-52, 1.3.200-207, 2.1.1-6, 17.4.301-308

JONSWAP frequency spectrum   8.4.258-264, 9.3.188-194