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

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y ni hi 이 EQUATIONS OF MOTION The

y ni hi 이 EQUATIONS OF MOTION The

**fluid**domain is the region consisting of the points ( x , y ) such that -hy < hi ... The two regions are occupied by two immiscible**fluids**, with p the density of the lower**fluid**and pi the density of ...Page 382

The behavior of the

The behavior of the

**fluid**- structure system is assumed to be twodimensional . A Cartesian coordinate system Oxz is defined here with the z - axis directed vertically upward and the x - axis being on the still water surface .Page 383

By taking the second- and third - order derivatives about x on both sides of the mass continuity equation , Eq . ( 4 ) , we obtain the boundary conditions for the

By taking the second- and third - order derivatives about x on both sides of the mass continuity equation , Eq . ( 4 ) , we obtain the boundary conditions for the

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