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

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Guohai Dong ' ABSTRACT A detailed study of oscillatory

cylinders of different diameters is ... The numerical model is validated against

oscillatory

Guohai Dong ' ABSTRACT A detailed study of oscillatory

**flow**around two circularcylinders of different diameters is ... The numerical model is validated against

oscillatory

**flows**past a single circular cylinder where the experimental data are ...Page 36

energy , Re ( = UMD / v ) is the Reynolds number defined by the amplitude of the

oscillating

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

...

energy , Re ( = UMD / v ) is the Reynolds number defined by the amplitude of the

oscillating

**flow**velocity Um and the main cylinder diameter D ; vis the molecularkinetic viscosity , t is time and S , is the mean stress tensor which is defined as in

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Table 2 Horizontal and vertical velocity

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

while the mean vertical velocity is determined for 5 complete wave cycles . It

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 . It

appears ...

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