## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 18, Part 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1999 - Arctic regions |

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The corresponding weak form is obtained by multiplying ( 14 ) with a weighting

function w ( x ) , integrating over the

the diffusion term : S = ( Utan a + V ) + ( 25 ) * [ ure - ve vandalis If the density ...

The corresponding weak form is obtained by multiplying ( 14 ) with a weighting

function w ( x ) , integrating over the

**domain**and applying integration by parts forthe diffusion term : S = ( Utan a + V ) + ( 25 ) * [ ure - ve vandalis If the density ...

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... ( 6 ) Hydrodynamic pressures Once the velocity potential is obtained , the

hydrodynamic pressure at arbitrary points in the fluid

can be easily evaluated using the linearized Bernoulli ' s equation as follows ; 00

p 1 ...

... ( 6 ) Hydrodynamic pressures Once the velocity potential is obtained , the

hydrodynamic pressure at arbitrary points in the fluid

**domain**under considerationcan be easily evaluated using the linearized Bernoulli ' s equation as follows ; 00

p 1 ...

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The influence of the interaction between station and snowcover on the settlement

is investigated in time

snowcover with and without interaction is shown in Figure 4 . It can be observed ...

The influence of the interaction between station and snowcover on the settlement

is investigated in time

**domain**up to five days . The calculated settlement of thesnowcover with and without interaction is shown in Figure 4 . It can be observed ...

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### Contents

SHIP NAVIGATION IN | 307 |

Estimation of Extreme Heights of Wind Waves in the Arctic | 327 |

Air and Water Drag on Sea Ice From Similarity Theory | 347 |

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