## 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 115

Two complementary integral equations result from the '

source - based methods . Either approach can be used to solve for the velocity

...

Two complementary integral equations result from the '

**potential**- based ' and 'source - based methods . Either approach can be used to solve for the velocity

**potential**of the fluid motion . In the**potential**- based method , Green's theorem is...

Page 116

The contribution to ( 9 ) from the second - order

in $ 5 . ... forcing functions ' qf and qB are known in principle from the first - order

solution and from the second - order incident - wave

The contribution to ( 9 ) from the second - order

**potential**is considered separatelyin $ 5 . ... forcing functions ' qf and qB are known in principle from the first - order

solution and from the second - order incident - wave

**potential**, respectively .Page 256

The velocity is then given by the gradient of a velocity

satisfies the Laplace equation . 0 is composed by a steady

the current and the stationary flow around the body , and a time dependent part ...

The velocity is then given by the gradient of a velocity

**potential**, i.e. v = V , whichsatisfies the Laplace equation . 0 is composed by a steady

**potential**UX , due tothe current and the stationary flow around the body , and a time dependent part ...

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### Contents

CONTENTS | 131 |

High Frequency Hydrodynamic Damping of a TLP | 147 |

A Comparison of Results | 153 |

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