## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 4; Volume 8, Part 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1989 - Arctic regions |

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Studies have also shown that while drag

possible , values greater than 1 are very rare . Model simulations showed that the

final equilibrium position is unaffected by lowering the drag

Studies have also shown that while drag

**coefficient**values less than 1 arepossible , values greater than 1 are very rare . Model simulations showed that the

final equilibrium position is unaffected by lowering the drag

**coefficient**to 0.5 .Page 229

Cw Cd Eij f Ai area of ice - covered region A total surface area ice - water drag

the ...

Cw Cd Eij f Ai area of ice - covered region A total surface area ice - water drag

**coefficient**air - water drag**coefficient**. bottom drag**coefficient**air - ice drag**coefficient**eddy viscosity**coefficients**Coriolis parameter F.F x , y components ofthe ...

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ratio along the line of impact which is equal to the speed ratio Va / Vi in the water

plane , and e is the restitution

relationships : e ( 6 ) ( u - uu 1 ( w -u ) ( u - u2 ) = ( ue ' - ul ( we -u ) ( u - u2 ) but

also by the ...

ratio along the line of impact which is equal to the speed ratio Va / Vi in the water

plane , and e is the restitution

**coefficient**given by any of the followingrelationships : e ( 6 ) ( u - uu 1 ( w -u ) ( u - u2 ) = ( ue ' - ul ( we -u ) ( u - u2 ) but

also by the ...

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### Contents

OFFSHORE MECHANICS | 1 |

ICE FORCES | 11 |

MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY | 24 |

Copyright | |

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