## 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 117

To support this statement we first consider the integrals over the free

and then estimate the principal numerical tasks required in each method . The

integrals over the free

analysis ...

To support this statement we first consider the integrals over the free

**surface**,and then estimate the principal numerical tasks required in each method . The

integrals over the free

**surface**SF are of paramount concern , and substantialanalysis ...

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They arise from the nonlinear terms in the free -

fact that these equations are expressed on a

If the solid boundaries are moving , this introduces an extra difficulty since the ...

They arise from the nonlinear terms in the free -

**surface**equations and from thefact that these equations are expressed on a

**surface**which itself is an unknown .If the solid boundaries are moving , this introduces an extra difficulty since the ...

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As a result , considerable progress has been made towards developing a

quantitative understanding of the role played by viscosity , particularly in the

difficult situation where both viscous and free -

simultaneously ...

As a result , considerable progress has been made towards developing a

quantitative understanding of the role played by viscosity , particularly in the

difficult situation where both viscous and free -

**surface**effects may besimultaneously ...

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### Contents

SPECIAL SESSION HYDRODYNAMICS | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 29 |

SECONDORDER EFFECTS | 113 |

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