## 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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This difficulties when it is desired to calculate pressures or flow kinematics in the

close vicinity of the body surface SB : Furthermore , the singularity associated

with this dipole

This difficulties when it is desired to calculate pressures or flow kinematics in the

close vicinity of the body surface SB : Furthermore , the singularity associated

with this dipole

**integral**is undesirable in numerical implementation .Page 115

together , the only significant computational effort required to solve the extra

corresponding ...

**INTEGRAL**EQUATIONS complementary**integral**equations are evaluatedtogether , the only significant computational effort required to solve the extra

**integral**equation for the source strength is the time required to solve thecorresponding ...

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The

radiation potentials , are on an undesirable form . These

rewritten by using Tuck's theorem ( Ogilvie and Tuck 1969 ) , giving SIS VX · VGn

; dS = -lls ...

The

**integrals**of the m - terms , appearing in the**integral**equations for theradiation potentials , are on an undesirable form . These

**integrals**may berewritten by using Tuck's theorem ( Ogilvie and Tuck 1969 ) , giving SIS VX · VGn

; dS = -lls ...

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### Contents

SPECIAL SESSION HYDRODYNAMICS | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 29 |

SECONDORDER EFFECTS | 113 |

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