## 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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Page 108

Once ( os ) , . , and ( 115 ) , ... on the outer boundary are

new or on the outer boundary can be calculated according to Eqs . ( 7 ) and ( 18 )

. If the integration surface S - SOUS , US , and 0 and 20 / 0n on S are known until

...

Once ( os ) , . , and ( 115 ) , ... on the outer boundary are

**obtained**, Di - or andnew or on the outer boundary can be calculated according to Eqs . ( 7 ) and ( 18 )

. If the integration surface S - SOUS , US , and 0 and 20 / 0n on S are known until

...

Page 109

Once ( os ) , ... and ( 15 ) , ... on the outer boundary are

on the outer boundary can be calculated according to Eqs . ( 7 ) and ( 18 ) . If the

integration surface S - SOUS , US , and $ and d97an on S are known until time ...

Once ( os ) , ... and ( 15 ) , ... on the outer boundary are

**obtained**, dr.si and ne . seon the outer boundary can be calculated according to Eqs . ( 7 ) and ( 18 ) . If the

integration surface S - SOUS , US , and $ and d97an on S are known until time ...

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It is therefore necessary to

parameters . MATHIEU STABILITY CHART ... a stable or unstable condition . In

this analysis , the stability chart is

excluded .

It is therefore necessary to

**obtain**the Mathieu stability chart for these largeparameters . MATHIEU STABILITY CHART ... a stable or unstable condition . In

this analysis , the stability chart is

**obtained**with the nonlinear damping termexcluded .

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### Contents

SPECIAL SESSION HYDRODYNAMICS | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 29 |

SECONDORDER EFFECTS | 113 |

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