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

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09G / ( P . 9 : 1 – ) U „ U , NUMERICAL SOLUTION The above represents the

diffraction potential da at any point p at time 1 in terms of distribution of sources

over the body

on ...

09G / ( P . 9 : 1 – ) U „ U , NUMERICAL SOLUTION The above represents the

diffraction potential da at any point p at time 1 in terms of distribution of sources

over the body

**surface**and waterline contour . In ( 6 ) , q = 9 ( 5 , 7 , 5 ) is a sourceon ...

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The

density , p , the acceleration due to gravity g and fluid viscosity u can be treated

as constant . Local pressure outside of the free

Mass ...

The

**surface**of the horizontal tube is shown in Fig . 4 . equations . ( 4 ) The liquiddensity , p , the acceleration due to gravity g and fluid viscosity u can be treated

as constant . Local pressure outside of the free

**surface**keeps constant . ( 5 )Mass ...

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Wavelength becomes much smaller due to the opposing current at U = Udit and it

keeps decreasing for U < Uerie Figures 14 and 15 show the behavior of the

different ...

Wavelength becomes much smaller due to the opposing current at U = Udit and it

keeps decreasing for U < Uerie Figures 14 and 15 show the behavior of the

**surface**profiles as the waves move away from the origin for a fixed i for twodifferent ...

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