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

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THE ADDED MASS COEFFICIENT C a Consider a single free cylinder

accelerating in still

near a single accelerating cylinder in a

...

THE ADDED MASS COEFFICIENT C a Consider a single free cylinder

accelerating in still

**fluid**with acceleration a as shown in Fig. 1. Fig. 1 Streamlinesnear a single accelerating cylinder in a

**fluid**When the cylinder accelerates in the...

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... wave forces acting on a horizontal circular cylinder are investigated. The

results of experiments in regular waves demonstrate that a circulating flow exists

around the cylinder and causes transverse forces to incident velocity of

particles.

... wave forces acting on a horizontal circular cylinder are investigated. The

results of experiments in regular waves demonstrate that a circulating flow exists

around the cylinder and causes transverse forces to incident velocity of

**fluid**particles.

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Saffman, P.G. and Baker, G.R., "Vortex Interactions," Annual Review of

Mechanics, Vol. 11, 1979, pp. 95-122. 3. Sarpkaya, T., "Computational Methods

with Vortices— The 1988 Freeman Scholar Lecture," Journal of

Engineering.

Saffman, P.G. and Baker, G.R., "Vortex Interactions," Annual Review of

**Fluid**Mechanics, Vol. 11, 1979, pp. 95-122. 3. Sarpkaya, T., "Computational Methods

with Vortices— The 1988 Freeman Scholar Lecture," Journal of

**Fluids**Engineering.

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