A catenary element for the analysis of cable structures by Peng Wei, Sun Bingnan, Tang Jinchun

By Peng Wei, Sun Bingnan, Tang Jinchun

According to analytical equations, a catenary point is gifted for thefinite aspect research of cable constructions. in comparison with often used point (3-node point, 5-node element), a application with the proposed aspect is of lesscomputer time and higher accuracy.

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C .... . present\··..... O\:J •••••• .. •.. :. : OROG ... ': ::...... " .... Fig. 8. Permian sediment dispersal system dominating the Cordilleran margin of North America, then a part of Pangaea. l Johansen (personal communication, 1986). Compare with more general map in Dott and Batten (1981, p. 335). AR = Ancestral Rockies Province. sional paleogeographic reconstruction of Permian North America. The diagram shows a mixed dispersal system along the Cordilleran margin of the continent. Sediment derived from fold-thrust highlands of the Ouachita and Appalachian segments of the Hercynian orogenic belt, and from basement uplifts of the Ancestral Rockies, was delivered to the continental margin somewhere in the region of the present Northern Rockies.

Audley-Charles et al. (1977, 1979) also observed the prevalence of drainages parallel to tectonic trends in association with large modern deltas. 5. * Flank of "marginal sea" Eurotype passive margin Afrotype passive margin Amerotype passive margin 40 35 15 10 100 Adapted from data of Inman and Nordstrom (1971), using terminology adapted from Audley-Charles et al. (1977). 'Figures are percentages by area of exposed subaerial delta platforms. R. 6. 7. * A. Location of mouths Flank of ''marginal sea" Eurotype passive margin Amerotype passive margin Other tectonic settings 40 30 25 5 100 15 5 5 100 Adapted from data of Inman and Nordstrom (1971), using terminology adapted from Audley-Charles et al.

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