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

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+ N + 1 , 4 ( 12 ) Bn + 1 The complete mathematical definition of the basis

functions and the properties of B - Spline surfaces are

1989 ) . An illustration of a surface and its respective subdivisions ( knot

sequences in both ...

+ N + 1 , 4 ( 12 ) Bn + 1 The complete mathematical definition of the basis

functions and the properties of B - Spline surfaces are

**described**in Rogers (1989 ) . An illustration of a surface and its respective subdivisions ( knot

sequences in both ...

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A strip of the aft body of the ship shown in Fig . 2 . Here the data points are

obtained from the intersections among sections , waterlines and buttocks . The

majority of quantities in Eq . ( 6 ) have the same meaning as that ones

for Eq ...

A strip of the aft body of the ship shown in Fig . 2 . Here the data points are

obtained from the intersections among sections , waterlines and buttocks . The

majority of quantities in Eq . ( 6 ) have the same meaning as that ones

**described**for Eq ...

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1 , the face of the wedge is

) when the body is moving . The latter describes a flow that is similar to a corner -

flow . The results are obtained for various values of wedge breadth ( 6 ) , wedge ...

1 , the face of the wedge is

**described**by Z = d + Xtan ( Q ) + s , e - iw , OsX < b ( 1) when the body is moving . The latter describes a flow that is similar to a corner -

flow . The results are obtained for various values of wedge breadth ( 6 ) , wedge ...

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