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

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Substituting

is found that : - pfuit S = ( 9 ) gh ? Tw = Pasawa ( 2 ) where , Pa is the air density ;

fa is the surface frictional coefficient under the wind . During a round wind , the ...

Substituting

**equation**( 6 ) and**equation**( 7 ) into**equation**( 5 ) and integrating , itis found that : - pfuit S = ( 9 ) gh ? Tw = Pasawa ( 2 ) where , Pa is the air density ;

fa is the surface frictional coefficient under the wind . During a round wind , the ...

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the authors have developed

finite element mesh . A one - step process was also used in this case . Newell

and Mullarkey ( 2007 ) shows that the difference between successive steps of ...

the authors have developed

**Equation**1 into a form that can be applied to a linearfinite element mesh . A one - step process was also used in this case . Newell

and Mullarkey ( 2007 ) shows that the difference between successive steps of ...

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The integral

normal derivatives of the timeharmonic radiation potential in

Zhao , R . et al ...

The integral

**equation**to be solved is thus given ( 30 ) The left handside of**equation**( 30 ) has to be evaluated when evaluating the terms involving thenormal derivatives of the timeharmonic radiation potential in

**equation**( 29 ) .Zhao , R . et al ...

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