## 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 KT equations are necessary conditions for optimality for a constrained optimization

The KT equations are necessary conditions for optimality for a constrained optimization

**problem**, which can be stated as : Vf ( ** ) + E2 ; .VC ; ( x * ) = 0 i = 1 2.C ( x * ) = 0,1 = 1 .... n The solution of the KT equations forms the ...Page 240

But in fact , it is not a classical optimization

But in fact , it is not a classical optimization

**problem**where all the constraints are only defined in terms of mathematical ... So , in such**problems**that handle in addition to the physical constraints , a mechanical**problem**where the ...Page 346

We give only the resulting boundary value

We give only the resulting boundary value

**problems**. ... The boundaryvalue**problem**is formulated within the assumptions of linear potential theory by decomposing the total potential into its oscillatory and steady components .### What people are saying - Write a review

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