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

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075m along the lateral

the domain , a combination of passive absorption and radiation condition is ...

075m along the lateral

**boundaries**. The left lateral**boundary**is used as the input**boundary**and is placed at x = - 8m . In order to remove excess wave energy fromthe domain , a combination of passive absorption and radiation condition is ...

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accomplished by including a damping term 4 in the dynamic free surface

Baddour ( 2002 ) . дф on z = n ( x , t ) , and →0 as 2→ - h ( 4 ) dz See Wehausen

and ...

accomplished by including a damping term 4 in the dynamic free surface

**boundary**condition equation applied at the damping zone . See Parsons andBaddour ( 2002 ) . дф on z = n ( x , t ) , and →0 as 2→ - h ( 4 ) dz See Wehausen

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In direct method of analyzing SSI , the soil adjacent to the structure is modeled up

to the artificial

number of degrees of freedom located on this surface , must simulate the infinite

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In direct method of analyzing SSI , the soil adjacent to the structure is modeled up

to the artificial

**boundary**. The**boundary**condition , formulated with a finitenumber of degrees of freedom located on this surface , must simulate the infinite

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