## 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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The time - dependent

occupied by

cell surface through which

The time - dependent

**fluid**aperture F , indicates which fraction of a cell is actuallyoccupied by

**fluid**and satisfies the relation ... Ay , and A , define the fraction of acell surface through which

**fluid**may flow in the x , y and z direction respectively .Page 116

The conservation of mass in Expression ( 7 ) and the pressure in Expression ( 8 )

are treated on the new time level n + 1 to assure that the new ù is divergence -

free ( no gain or loss of

available ...

The conservation of mass in Expression ( 7 ) and the pressure in Expression ( 8 )

are treated on the new time level n + 1 to assure that the new ù is divergence -

free ( no gain or loss of

**fluid**) . The following functionalities are presentlyavailable ...

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APPENDIX A The solution of Eq . ( 8 ) satisfying the boundary conditions ( 6 )

reads as + e ? ; ( 5 ) = 32 o The lower the current velocity , the lower the critical

velocity of the internal

velocity ...

APPENDIX A The solution of Eq . ( 8 ) satisfying the boundary conditions ( 6 )

reads as + e ? ; ( 5 ) = 32 o The lower the current velocity , the lower the critical

velocity of the internal

**fluid**. In this paper it has been found that the criticalvelocity ...

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