## 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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In fact the

, but this is taken into account later . ... valid , e.g. ( Cameron 1981 ) : the

Newtonian with viscosity u , the flow is incompressible and laminar and the

inertia ...

In fact the

**fluid**velocity vanishes on the lower surface due to the no slip condition, but this is taken into account later . ... valid , e.g. ( Cameron 1981 ) : the

**fluid**isNewtonian with viscosity u , the flow is incompressible and laminar and the

inertia ...

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The theory to describe the

on the linear potential theory with consideration of

associate boundary value problem for the potential function is solved using the ...

The theory to describe the

**fluid**motion due to oscillation of the structure is basedon the linear potential theory with consideration of

**fluid**compressibility . Theassociate boundary value problem for the potential function is solved using the ...

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Assuming that the water is incompressible and inviscid , conservation of water

mass requires that Н Н X ᄌ ( a ) ( b ) Figure 1. A semi - infinite ice cover

impacting a sloping structure :

unrestricted and ...

Assuming that the water is incompressible and inviscid , conservation of water

mass requires that Н Н X ᄌ ( a ) ( b ) Figure 1. A semi - infinite ice cover

impacting a sloping structure :

**fluid**movement beneath the structure is ( a )unrestricted and ...

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OMAE99PA1135 | 19 |

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PROPELLERICE INTERACTION | 53 |

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