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

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Under these assumptions, the linear potential theory is introduced to formulate

the problem into a boundary value problem for the

governing equation and the associated boundary When a cylindrical coordinate ...

Under these assumptions, the linear potential theory is introduced to formulate

the problem into a boundary value problem for the

**velocity potential**. (2) Thegoverning equation and the associated boundary When a cylindrical coordinate ...

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Substituting the obtained numerical complex coefficients into the general solution

(5), we can then obtain the

coefficients. (5) The solution for the ice sheet < In the case of ice sheet existence,

we ...

Substituting the obtained numerical complex coefficients into the general solution

(5), we can then obtain the

**velocity potential**function having the numericalcoefficients. (5) The solution for the ice sheet < In the case of ice sheet existence,

we ...

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The water velocity vector v is expressed as the gradient of the

x,z,r). Assuming that the water is incompressible and inviscid, conservation of

water mass requires that V2«=Q + Cj=0, — <*<-, -H<z<0. (1) dir az1 PROBLEM ...

The water velocity vector v is expressed as the gradient of the

**velocity potential**$(x,z,r). Assuming that the water is incompressible and inviscid, conservation of

water mass requires that V2«=Q + Cj=0, — <*<-, -H<z<0. (1) dir az1 PROBLEM ...

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### Contents

OMAE99PA1135 | 19 |

OMAE99PA1141 | 39 |

PROPELLERICE INTERACTION | 53 |

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