## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1991 - Arctic regions |

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Expressed in terms of discrete vortices : ' the flow and forces are highly

dependent on the movement of the individual vortices close to the

the present model an integrated

the time ...

Expressed in terms of discrete vortices : ' the flow and forces are highly

dependent on the movement of the individual vortices close to the

**boundary**' . Inthe present model an integrated

**boundary**layer model is used for determiningthe time ...

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Hydraulic Rough

velocity profile is described by : +1 ) ( 21 ) V = Vilni y 30 +1 ] kg ( 15 ) к which is a

good approximation to the velocity profile through all of the

where ...

Hydraulic Rough

**Boundary**Layer In the case of the rough**boundary**layer thevelocity profile is described by : +1 ) ( 21 ) V = Vilni y 30 +1 ] kg ( 15 ) к which is a

good approximation to the velocity profile through all of the

**boundary**layer .where ...

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The

into an integral equation via Green's second identity . Thus the potential at point

P is given by waves are αφ ( Ρ ) Selo ( 0 ) - Gogojas + 62900 ) jas + S9Gdv ( 2 ) a

...

The

**boundary**value problem governed by Poisson's equation can be convertedinto an integral equation via Green's second identity . Thus the potential at point

P is given by waves are αφ ( Ρ ) Selo ( 0 ) - Gogojas + 62900 ) jas + S9Gdv ( 2 ) a

...

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### Contents

SPECIAL SESSION HYDRODYNAMICS | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 29 |

SECONDORDER EFFECTS | 113 |

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