## 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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THE ADDED MASS COEFFICIENT Ca Consider a single free cylinder

accelerating in still

accelerations of the liquid there will be a larger pressure on the front , P ' , of the

cylinder than on ...

THE ADDED MASS COEFFICIENT Ca Consider a single free cylinder

accelerating in still

**fluid**with acceleration a shown in Fig . 1 . as Due to theaccelerations of the liquid there will be a larger pressure on the front , P ' , of the

cylinder than on ...

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Of course the new introduced dipoles will disburb the flow , so that they also have

to be reflected . Stream and potential lines around two cylinders in tandem

arrangement placed in a

cylinder F ...

Of course the new introduced dipoles will disburb the flow , so that they also have

to be reflected . Stream and potential lines around two cylinders in tandem

arrangement placed in a

**fluid**accelerating from the left . The force on eachcylinder F ...

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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

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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**...

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### Contents

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 47 |

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

K S Varyani | 79 |

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