A comparison between theory and experiment is given for the roll-sway, sway-yaw added-mass, and damping coupling coefficients. The theory was derived by Troesch (1980), who followed an approach similar to that given by Ogilvie and Tuck (1969) for the heave and pitch coefficients. The experiments were presented by the Society of Ship Research of Japan in 1976.

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