## 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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4 ( d ) the infinity

changed significantly , the cylinder still completes one inline cycle and two

transverse cycles during the course of one cycle of water motion . Note that the

orientation of ...

4 ( d ) the infinity

**shapes**are distorted as shown . Although the**shape**haschanged significantly , the cylinder still completes one inline cycle and two

transverse cycles during the course of one cycle of water motion . Note that the

orientation of ...

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... de = upper and lower bounds of de 8 prefix denoting incremental change prefix

denoting total change a = Lagrange multiplier [ 0 ] matrix of mode

Φki = k - th degree of freedom of i - th mode

... de = upper and lower bounds of de 8 prefix denoting incremental change prefix

denoting total change a = Lagrange multiplier [ 0 ] matrix of mode

**shape**vectorsΦki = k - th degree of freedom of i - th mode

**shape**{ y } i = i - th mode**shape**Wi i ...Page 475

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF WAVE INDUCED POROUS FLUID PRESSURE ON

THREE - DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE OF ARBITRARY

SEABED Dahong Qiu and Jun Zang Dalian University of Technology Dalian ...

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF WAVE INDUCED POROUS FLUID PRESSURE ON

THREE - DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE OF ARBITRARY

**SHAPE**RESTING ONSEABED Dahong Qiu and Jun Zang Dalian University of Technology Dalian ...

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### Contents

SPECIAL SESSION HYDRODYNAMICS | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 29 |

SECONDORDER EFFECTS | 113 |

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