## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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Wave elevation , 5 ( 1 ) , can be expressed as the product of a slowly varying

envelope , a ( t ) , and a function for modulating the phase , o ( t ) , i.e. , So far two

major

Wave elevation , 5 ( 1 ) , can be expressed as the product of a slowly varying

envelope , a ( t ) , and a function for modulating the phase , o ( t ) , i.e. , So far two

major

**methods**are available for simulation of wave groups . One is the SIWEH ...Page 260

the direct

That is , if frequency w is used to express nodal displacement and wave exciting

force as equations ( 2 ) and ( 3 ) respectively , equation of motion ( 1 ) is ...

the direct

**method**can be applied and the response can be obtained fairly easily .That is , if frequency w is used to express nodal displacement and wave exciting

force as equations ( 2 ) and ( 3 ) respectively , equation of motion ( 1 ) is ...

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An accelerated boundary element

and 8 - noded quadratic element has been developed . The efficiency of the

benchmark ...

An accelerated boundary element

**method**utilizing the fast multipole algorithmand 8 - noded quadratic element has been developed . The efficiency of the

**method**both in storage requirement and computation time is presented bybenchmark ...

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