## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Arctic regions |

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According to Kokk i novrachos ( 1985 ) , the equations can be uncoupled and

finally , the governing equation for the pore - water pressure is obtained . Can is a

group of coefficients to be

According to Kokk i novrachos ( 1985 ) , the equations can be uncoupled and

finally , the governing equation for the pore - water pressure is obtained . Can is a

group of coefficients to be

**determined**For subdomain I , the solution is Pr ( xoz ) ...Page 107

ABSTRACT The added mass coefficients

shown to be valid also for accelerations associated with small amplitude structure

oscillations in rotational flow , i.e. in real fluids with separated flow . Simple ...

ABSTRACT The added mass coefficients

**determined**for irrotational flow areshown to be valid also for accelerations associated with small amplitude structure

oscillations in rotational flow , i.e. in real fluids with separated flow . Simple ...

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But in order to calculate * st the extreme value distribution of the annual largest

load effect max xt needs to be

general , the largest annual value of x . Xt is not equal to the value obtained by

using ...

But in order to calculate * st the extreme value distribution of the annual largest

load effect max xt needs to be

**determined**: annum . Pr ( max x t ) = a st ( 5 ) Ingeneral , the largest annual value of x . Xt is not equal to the value obtained by

using ...

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### Contents

Simulation of Hurricane Seas in a Multidirectional Wave Basin | 17 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 47 |

The Force Coefficients on Inclined Cylinder in Random Wave and Current | 57 |

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