## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 12, Parts 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1993 - Arctic regions |

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Once ob on the boundary is computed , we can compute the complex

20 ) for zo in N by using the formula 1 [ Bb ( z ) 2ri 3B ( z – 20 ) 242 ( 21 ) The

central ...

Once ob on the boundary is computed , we can compute the complex

**velocity**(20 ) for zo in N by using the formula 1 [ Bb ( z ) 2ri 3B ( z – 20 ) 242 ( 21 ) The

**velocity**on the body boundary B can be found by computing apo / az usingcentral ...

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The average mms difference between the measured and predicted

is approximately 34 % of the measured ms

between the computed and predicted acceleration fields is approximately 42 % of

...

The average mms difference between the measured and predicted

**velocity**fieldsis approximately 34 % of the measured ms

**velocity**, while the rms differencebetween the computed and predicted acceleration fields is approximately 42 % of

...

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1993 OMAE – Volume I , Offshore Technology ASME 1993 BSTRACT In this work

, the neural network analysis is applied to e inverse

manipulators near the ngularity points . The inverse computations using the ...

1993 OMAE – Volume I , Offshore Technology ASME 1993 BSTRACT In this work

, the neural network analysis is applied to e inverse

**velocity**analysis of roboticmanipulators near the ngularity points . The inverse computations using the ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY VOLUME III MATERIALS ENGINEERING PART | 22 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 33 |

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