## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1, Parts 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2004 - Arctic regions |

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After the execution , WAMIT output files are read by NOT , in order to update the

wave

input data : Hydrodyn . Coefs . , Lines , Wave and Wind Data t_now = 0 wave field

.

After the execution , WAMIT output files are read by NOT , in order to update the

wave

**coefficients**used in the simulation , which is then restarted . Start Readinput data : Hydrodyn . Coefs . , Lines , Wave and Wind Data t_now = 0 wave field

.

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.Figure 11. shows estimated lift

respect to the ratio of the shedding ... 11. that the lift

when frequency ratio is almost one , i.e. , the shedding frequency is almost equal

to the ...

.Figure 11. shows estimated lift

**coefficients**Cl obtained from Eq . ( 24 ) withrespect to the ratio of the shedding ... 11. that the lift

**coefficient**is almost zerowhen frequency ratio is almost one , i.e. , the shedding frequency is almost equal

to the ...

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+ T ALUE = " [ ( + Božilledt ( 3 ) to d ( cm ) h ( cm ) Icare 1.25 where žlt ) is the free

surface vertical velocity and B , and B , are the linear and quadratic damping

+ T ALUE = " [ ( + Božilledt ( 3 ) to d ( cm ) h ( cm ) Icare 1.25 where žlt ) is the free

surface vertical velocity and B , and B , are the linear and quadratic damping

**coefficients**respectively . B , can be expressed as a function of the drag**coefficient**...### What people are saying - Write a review

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