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

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Table 2 Horizontal and vertical velocity flow values

submerged horizontal plate for viscous and inviscid fluid conditions . wave cycles

while the mean vertical velocity is

appears ...

Table 2 Horizontal and vertical velocity flow values

**determined**beneath asubmerged horizontal plate for viscous and inviscid fluid conditions . wave cycles

while the mean vertical velocity is

**determined**for 5 complete wave cycles . Itappears ...

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The code gives an introduction to a comprehensive set of current ice

logarithmic coefficient dependent on the brine volume ( function of salinity and

ice temperature ) ...

The code gives an introduction to a comprehensive set of current ice

**determination**methods ; The flexural strength is**determined**on the basis of alogarithmic coefficient dependent on the brine volume ( function of salinity and

ice temperature ) ...

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Alternatively the friction coefficient can be

Based on the five deflections measured along the beam , the deflection line of the

beam and subsequently the modulus of elasticity of the model ice are

.

Alternatively the friction coefficient can be

**determined**directly at the model .Based on the five deflections measured along the beam , the deflection line of the

beam and subsequently the modulus of elasticity of the model ice are

**determined**.

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