## 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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The authors of the present paper extended the

interaction problem of solitary waves and floating bodies , and numerically

investigated the transmission and reflection of solitary waves on a two -

dimensional floating ...

The authors of the present paper extended the

**edge**layer concept to theinteraction problem of solitary waves and floating bodies , and numerically

investigated the transmission and reflection of solitary waves on a two -

dimensional floating ...

Page 356

Changes in the

confidence because of the uncertainty in the bathymetry . Only small depth

changes are expected at the

Changes in the

**edge**location of the subsidence bowl can not be determined withconfidence because of the uncertainty in the bathymetry . Only small depth

changes are expected at the

**edge**of the subsidence bowl , and those may be ...Page 114

m : Mass of the rigid bar at the

/ a ) : Plate reliability during time r with a crack of initial angle a Shah l2 X r ( t ) :

Plate stiffness at time t 200 M R ( t ) : H ( t ) / 52 0 ( t ) ( Scaled envelope of s ( t ) ) t

...

m : Mass of the rigid bar at the

**edge**of the plate n : Closest integer to i / ic у Ps ( 1/ a ) : Plate reliability during time r with a crack of initial angle a Shah l2 X r ( t ) :

Plate stiffness at time t 200 M R ( t ) : H ( t ) / 52 0 ( t ) ( Scaled envelope of s ( t ) ) t

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### Contents

CONTENTS | 131 |

High Frequency Hydrodynamic Damping of a TLP | 147 |

A Comparison of Results | 153 |

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