## 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 general

determined so that the general

structure surface , that is , the general

and ...

The general

**solution**has unknown complex coefficients , which should bedetermined so that the general

**solution**satisfies the boundary condition on thestructure surface , that is , the general

**solution**satisfies the governing equationand ...

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The potential function should also satisfy the Sommerfeld ' s radiation condition at

the far field from the structure . tion on the wet surface of the structure , Sy ,

therefore we can call it the general

piercing ...

The potential function should also satisfy the Sommerfeld ' s radiation condition at

the far field from the structure . tion on the wet surface of the structure , Sy ,

therefore we can call it the general

**solution**for the problem when a surfacepiercing ...

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The

An analytical

interactions . The importance of truly hydrodynamic

N82 42 ...

The

**solution**of this elastohydrodynamic problem will give the desired ice force .An analytical

**solution**has been provided for the case of relatively slowinteractions . The importance of truly hydrodynamic

**solutions**was emphasized .N82 42 ...

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SHIP NAVIGATION IN | 119 |

OMAE99PA1103 | 209 |

OMAE99PA1154 | 267 |

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