## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2006 - Arctic regions |

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Applying the model in the satellite imagery , we may estimate the

internal waves . 0031 m 0034 200294 ... Then the model can evaluate the

the in ...

Applying the model in the satellite imagery , we may estimate the

**amplitudes**ofinternal waves . 0031 m 0034 200294 ... Then the model can evaluate the

**amplitude**of the internal wave and the value is 41m . The value is reasonable forthe in ...

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592 593 594 Proceedings of OMAE 2006 25th International Conference on. 1 .

00 corresponding to the respective lines in Table 1 . In Fig . 2 , the

ration is shown as a function of the wave - number to depth ratio for Line 1 in

Table 1 .

592 593 594 Proceedings of OMAE 2006 25th International Conference on. 1 .

00 corresponding to the respective lines in Table 1 . In Fig . 2 , the

**amplitude**ration is shown as a function of the wave - number to depth ratio for Line 1 in

Table 1 .

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whereas in the case of low m ' s , the upper branch appears . For large mass

ratios m = O ( 100 ) [ 18 , 46 ) , the vibration frequency for synchronization lies

close to ...

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**amplitude**branches are separated by a discontinuous mode transition ,whereas in the case of low m ' s , the upper branch appears . For large mass

ratios m = O ( 100 ) [ 18 , 46 ) , the vibration frequency for synchronization lies

close to ...

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