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

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There is an interval of convergence around the correct

particular method will converge . When the starting estimate is outside this

interval , convergence cannot be obtained without introducing special

procedures .

There is an interval of convergence around the correct

**solution**, within which aparticular method will converge . When the starting estimate is outside this

interval , convergence cannot be obtained without introducing special

procedures .

Page 370

The response curves for the nonlinear system bend to the left and a region of

multiple

less than the natural frequency only a small amplitude “ in - phase ”

exists .

The response curves for the nonlinear system bend to the left and a region of

multiple

**solutions**can exist . ... Similar to the linear system , for frequencies muchless than the natural frequency only a small amplitude “ in - phase ”

**solution**exists .

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As a result the outer

the upper boundary layer , can be expressed as y ' = 20 + 975 + aze V ? ( 9 ) Jo =

az ( wido ( 23211 + x ) + x2 Yo ( 26221 + x ) ( 18 ) Eq . ( 9 ) represents the ...

As a result the outer

**solution**, which will be used also for the analytic treatment ofthe upper boundary layer , can be expressed as y ' = 20 + 975 + aze V ? ( 9 ) Jo =

az ( wido ( 23211 + x ) + x2 Yo ( 26221 + x ) ( 18 ) Eq . ( 9 ) represents the ...

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