## 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 the linear theory, the total velocity potential may be expressed as

independent steady contribution to the total velocity potential and the remaining ...

According to the linear theory, the total velocity potential may be expressed as

**follows**: ♢ (x.y.z; t) = -Uo(x+^.)+#0e-ilB*t+lf*Je-ii'*t 0). where -unx denotes a timeindependent steady contribution to the total velocity potential and the remaining ...

Page 288

Accordingly , the present paper shows formula without the line integral and the

derivative of potential $ ( P ) can be given as

independent steady contribution to the total velocity potential and the renaining ...

Accordingly , the present paper shows formula without the line integral and the

derivative of potential $ ( P ) can be given as

**follows**: 7 where -uox denotes timeindependent steady contribution to the total velocity potential and the renaining ...

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The equations of motion of the load were written as

6 parameter matrices of an n - th order state space approximation , identified by a

least squares fit to theoretically calculated 6 x 6 matrix functions a ( w ) , b ( w ) ...

The equations of motion of the load were written as

**follows**: where Ak , Bk are 6 x6 parameter matrices of an n - th order state space approximation , identified by a

least squares fit to theoretically calculated 6 x 6 matrix functions a ( w ) , b ( w ) ...

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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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