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 Drift force ( tonf / m2 ) - 150 - 200 - 250 - VODAC • exp . y - component of the
position where x - and 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 Drift force ( tonf / m2 ) - 150 - 200 - 250 - VODAC • exp . y - component of the
position where x - and 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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Edo Riven Ara and Naka River Tokyo SK Sumida River A ' N Makuhari Chiba 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 ...
Edo Riven Ara and Naka River Tokyo SK Sumida River A ' N Makuhari Chiba 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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OMAE2001OSU5019 | 93 |
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