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

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energy , Re ( = UMD / v ) is the Reynolds number

oscillating flow velocity Um and the main cylinder diameter D ; vis the molecular

kinetic viscosity , t is time and S , is the mean stress tensor which is

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energy , Re ( = UMD / v ) is the Reynolds number

**defined**by the amplitude of theoscillating flow velocity Um and the main cylinder diameter D ; vis the molecular

kinetic viscosity , t is time and S , is the mean stress tensor which is

**defined**as in...

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For the example presented in this paper our goal is the generation of a single

high wave embedded in a storm sea state with

Therefore we first

Hg ...

For the example presented in this paper our goal is the generation of a single

high wave embedded in a storm sea state with

**defined**crest front steepness .Therefore we first

**define**the statistical parameters : a significant wave height ofHg ...

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This factor is

and the external global pressure . The equations derived above show that where

the coefficient k depends on the time of exposure . Data analysis made by Kärnä

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This factor is

**defined**as the ratio ratio between the equivalent global pressureand the external global pressure . The equations derived above show that where

the coefficient k depends on the time of exposure . Data analysis made by Kärnä

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