## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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... cause an initiating event ( e . g . incorrect operation of ballast System definition

and System

cause ...

... cause an initiating event ( e . g . incorrect operation of ballast System definition

and System

**boundary**identification . ... a mechanical failure or system**boundaries**, which define the extent , and width of the operator error which couldcause ...

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also satisfy the

linear in the sense that the individual sinusoids can be added together to

describe a directionally spread and dispersive surface . Once the waves have

finite ...

also satisfy the

**boundary**conditions at the free surface . The first order surface islinear in the sense that the individual sinusoids can be added together to

describe a directionally spread and dispersive surface . Once the waves have

finite ...

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The first is to divide the domain into finite elements and solve Laplace ' s

equation given the

second method is use Cauchy ' s theorem to convert integrals over the fluid

volume to ...

The first is to divide the domain into finite elements and solve Laplace ' s

equation given the

**boundary**values , usually by successive approximations . Thesecond method is use Cauchy ' s theorem to convert integrals over the fluid

volume to ...

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