## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2006 - Arctic regions |

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4 in which M1 , i + 1 is the concentrated moment

boundary . The equilibrium of moments is The kinematic boundary conditions are

w = w and dow = dw in which ū and dus are prescribed values , on the kinematic

...

4 in which M1 , i + 1 is the concentrated moment

**applied**on the inter - elementboundary . The equilibrium of moments is The kinematic boundary conditions are

w = w and dow = dw in which ū and dus are prescribed values , on the kinematic

...

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Conservation laws in systems with variable mass ” . Journal of

Mechanics , 60 , pp . 954958 . REFERENCES [ 1 ] Newman , J . N . , 1977 .

Marine Hydrodynamics . The MIT Press , Cambridge , Massachusetts . [ 2 ]

Athanassoulis , G . A ...

Conservation laws in systems with variable mass ” . Journal of

**Applied**Mechanics , 60 , pp . 954958 . REFERENCES [ 1 ] Newman , J . N . , 1977 .

Marine Hydrodynamics . The MIT Press , Cambridge , Massachusetts . [ 2 ]

Athanassoulis , G . A ...

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The torsion and curvature of the curves can now be obtained in the same manner

as for the straight cylinder case , by defining a basis with the same properties as

the 11 - 12 basis , and

The torsion and curvature of the curves can now be obtained in the same manner

as for the straight cylinder case , by defining a basis with the same properties as

the 11 - 12 basis , and

**applying**Eq . ( 9 ) . Equivalent considerations are made ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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