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

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If we compare this relationship with similar graphs from earlier years , say from

the late seventies post oil crisis vessels , we see that the vessels have a fuller

shape today than back then . possibilities with a trimaran the beam to

was ...

If we compare this relationship with similar graphs from earlier years , say from

the late seventies post oil crisis vessels , we see that the vessels have a fuller

shape today than back then . possibilities with a trimaran the beam to

**length**ratiowas ...

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It should be pointed out that the velocity data adopted have four layers within one

meter above the bed , and the roughness

even in the same velocity profile . Because the fluctuation of roughness

It should be pointed out that the velocity data adopted have four layers within one

meter above the bed , and the roughness

**length**zo is different in the two modelseven in the same velocity profile . Because the fluctuation of roughness

**length**...Page 527

The separation efficiency is defined as : It can be found that , the efficiency

difference of different finder

reduce the inlet SCF and be helpful for keeping inlet flow field stability . Therefore

, 45 ...

The separation efficiency is defined as : It can be found that , the efficiency

difference of different finder

**length**is small , but 45mm seems to be better . It canreduce the inlet SCF and be helpful for keeping inlet flow field stability . Therefore

, 45 ...

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