Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |
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50 0 -50 -100 Drift force ( tonf / m ) - 150 -200 -250 - VODAC y - component of the
position where xand y - axis compose a Cartesian , rectangular coordinate
system in each area element so that x- and y - axis can point main flow direction
and ...
50 0 -50 -100 Drift force ( tonf / m ) - 150 -200 -250 - VODAC y - component of the
position where xand y - axis compose a Cartesian , rectangular coordinate
system in each area element so that x- and y - axis can point main flow direction
and ...
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45 ° N Edo River Ara and Naka River Tokyo Sumida River Makuhari Chiba N As
for the open boundary conditions , identical values in the horizontal direction and
different values in the vertical direction are given to consider the effect of ...
45 ° N Edo River Ara and Naka River Tokyo Sumida River Makuhari Chiba N As
for the open boundary conditions , identical values in the horizontal direction and
different values in the vertical direction are given to consider the effect of ...
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The number of panels for the floating structure is 84 in xdirection and 36 in y -
direction , the number of panels of a breakwater is 100 each at Region I and I in x
- direction and 5 in z - direction and the number of panels for matching
boundaries ...
The number of panels for the floating structure is 84 in xdirection and 36 in y -
direction , the number of panels of a breakwater is 100 each at Region I and I in x
- direction and 5 in z - direction and the number of panels for matching
boundaries ...
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