## 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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4381 ) ( 1 ) ' .dc ( 69 ) If the integrations over Sem and Ch are performed

numerically and the integration over CR is calculating using equation ( 50 ) ,

equation ( 68 ) can be written as follows : In Figure 4 , the accuracy of the

method are ...

4381 ) ( 1 ) ' .dc ( 69 ) If the integrations over Sem and Ch are performed

numerically and the integration over CR is calculating using equation ( 50 ) ,

equation ( 68 ) can be written as follows : In Figure 4 , the accuracy of the

**present**method are ...

Page 109

( 1988 ) , and found that for the large incoming wave height , the force coefficients

of the positive part are almost the same as the

Fig . 4. Unfortunately , the calculation had to stop because of the large reflected ...

( 1988 ) , and found that for the large incoming wave height , the force coefficients

of the positive part are almost the same as the

**present**results which are shown inFig . 4. Unfortunately , the calculation had to stop because of the large reflected ...

Page 109

( 1988 ) , and found that for the large incoming wave height , the force coefficients

of the positive part are almost the same as the

Fig . 4. Unfortunately , the calculation had to stop because of the large reflected ...

( 1988 ) , and found that for the large incoming wave height , the force coefficients

of the positive part are almost the same as the

**present**results which are shown inFig . 4. Unfortunately , the calculation had to stop because of the large reflected ...

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### Contents

SPECIAL SESSION HYDRODYNAMICS | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 29 |

SECONDORDER EFFECTS | 113 |

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