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

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The linearization of the non - linear boundary conditions for the

The linearization of the non - linear boundary conditions for the

**potential**o is discussed in detail in Padmanabhan , 1999. We give only the resulting boundary value problems . The steady**potential**correct to O ( € ) , denoted by $ ...Page 347

The time - dependent

The time - dependent

**potential**satisfies V20 = 0 , X12 , ( 12 ) where oo is the incoming**potential**, 07 is the scattering**potential**, and oj , j = 1,2 , ... 6 , are the radiation**potentials**corresponding to the 6 - degrees of rigid body ...Page 348

NUMERICAL METHOD The time harmonic and perturbation

NUMERICAL METHOD The time harmonic and perturbation

**potentials**can be solved once the double - model**potential**is known . The boundary - value problems for the**potentials**is solved by use of the boundary element method .### What people are saying - Write a review

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