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

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Afterwards , the wetted surface corresponding to each

of

runs was selected on the basis of equivalent Froude number identity with

prototype .

Afterwards , the wetted surface corresponding to each

**speed**in the entire rangeof

**speeds**was interpolated between the low**speed**and ... Model**speed**for allruns was selected on the basis of equivalent Froude number identity with

prototype .

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Table 1 shows that the two ships have basically the same powering . The

reference ship is 10 % wider than the target ship , and it is therefore expected to

suffer more

presented as a ...

Table 1 shows that the two ships have basically the same powering . The

reference ship is 10 % wider than the target ship , and it is therefore expected to

suffer more

**speed**reduction in high head seas . The**speed**reduction ispresented as a ...

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( deg 180 21 . kat 21 . luot 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 DO

wind wave notation of well notation of wind Ulot 23 Hm H T18 30 V . ( ' s ) 30 V . (

m / ) departure at 18UTC , 2 / 8 / 2005 8 . deg 150 2V . ) 27 . [ BO ] le 10 101 1 2 3

4 ...

( deg 180 21 . kat 21 . luot 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 DO

**speed**in still water notation ofwind wave notation of well notation of wind Ulot 23 Hm H T18 30 V . ( ' s ) 30 V . (

m / ) departure at 18UTC , 2 / 8 / 2005 8 . deg 150 2V . ) 27 . [ BO ] le 10 101 1 2 3

4 ...

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