## 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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Under these assumptions , the linear

the problem into a boundary value problem for the velocity

ANALYSIS METHOD ( 1 ) The definition of the problem We present here a three ...

Under these assumptions , the linear

**potential**theory is introduced to formulatethe problem into a boundary value problem for the velocity

**potential**. THEANALYSIS METHOD ( 1 ) The definition of the problem We present here a three ...

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( 16 ) at z In this case , the

the complex coefficients A. ( n = 0,1 , ... , N ) into Eq . ( 12 ) . It is in the same way

for the case of no ice sheet . ( 5 ) The solution for the ice sheet condition In the ...

( 16 ) at z In this case , the

**potential**function can also be obtained by substitutingthe complex coefficients A. ( n = 0,1 , ... , N ) into Eq . ( 12 ) . It is in the same way

for the case of no ice sheet . ( 5 ) The solution for the ice sheet condition In the ...

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South of the pipeline , the minimum distance to the pipeline is 50 km , reflecting

the slower average drift speeds in the northerly direction . Every iceberg that

enters the response zone will be evaluated for its

.

South of the pipeline , the minimum distance to the pipeline is 50 km , reflecting

the slower average drift speeds in the northerly direction . Every iceberg that

enters the response zone will be evaluated for its

**potential**to contact the pipeline.

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### Contents

OMAE99PA1135 | 19 |

OMAE99PA1141 | 39 |

PROPELLERICE INTERACTION | 53 |

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