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

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also satisfy the boundary conditions at 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 velocity potential on the

transformation . Estimates of the horizontal and vertical velocities on the

evaluated on the ...

The velocity potential on the

**free surface**can be calculated from a similartransformation . Estimates of the horizontal and vertical velocities on the

**free****surface**can then be calculated from the kinematic boundary conditions ,evaluated on the ...

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... fact that the

- OnDo 0 , = 310012 - 81 Horizontal Velocity , u ( m / s ) Vertical Velocity , v ( m )

which gives the time derivatives of the surface elevation and potential explicitly .

... fact that the

**free surface**boundary conditions can be written in the form ne = oz- OnDo 0 , = 310012 - 81 Horizontal Velocity , u ( m / s ) Vertical Velocity , v ( m )

which gives the time derivatives of the surface elevation and potential explicitly .

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