## 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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1991 OMAE – Volume 1 - A , Offshore Technology ASME – 1991 the drag

between calculated and experimental force

oscillations .

1991 OMAE – Volume 1 - A , Offshore Technology ASME – 1991 the drag

**coefficient**at the point of maximum fluid ... Very good agreement was foundbetween calculated and experimental force

**coefficients**for the sinusoidaloscillations .

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To assess the effect of this difference in drag

integrals in eqns . ( 30 ) and ( 31 ) ... The values of A , and A2 are approximately

equal in spite of the significant difference in the drag

values of ...

To assess the effect of this difference in drag

**coefficients**, we calculated theintegrals in eqns . ( 30 ) and ( 31 ) ... The values of A , and A2 are approximately

equal in spite of the significant difference in the drag

**coefficient**values . Thevalues of ...

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CONCLUSIONS For the T - joint the variation of the drag

Reynolds number for current angles 0 ° and ... The values of the drag

in the sub - critical and in the super - critical flow regime are , however , very

close to ...

CONCLUSIONS For the T - joint the variation of the drag

**coefficient**with theReynolds number for current angles 0 ° and ... The values of the drag

**coefficients**in the sub - critical and in the super - critical flow regime are , however , very

close to ...

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### Contents

SPECIAL SESSION HYDRODYNAMICS | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 29 |

SECONDORDER EFFECTS | 113 |

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