## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2007 - Arctic regions |

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PROBLEM FORMULATION The governing equations and

that are governing the flow over a ... The controlled domain is bounded by four

) ...

PROBLEM FORMULATION The governing equations and

**boundary**conditionsthat are governing the flow over a ... The controlled domain is bounded by four

**boundaries**, namely , the free surface ( I fs ) , the upstream inflow**boundary**( Tru) ...

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The

The left handside of equation ( 30 ) has to be evaluated when evaluating the

terms ...

The

**boundary**- value problems for the potentials is solved by use of the**boundary**element method . The integral equation to be solved is thus given ( 30 )The left handside of equation ( 30 ) has to be evaluated when evaluating the

terms ...

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The arbitrary depth equations are more complex and many checks were

performed to verify the algebraic derivations . The nonlinear

problem is solved to the second order by a perturbation method accounting for

contributions ...

The arbitrary depth equations are more complex and many checks were

performed to verify the algebraic derivations . The nonlinear

**boundary**valueproblem is solved to the second order by a perturbation method accounting for

contributions ...

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