## 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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surface . Since the

approximations are used to scale the amount of

method [ 1 ] ...

**Added**mass is also dependent upon the proximity of the member to the freesurface . Since the

**added**mass begins to drop off rapidly , the followingapproximations are used to scale the amount of

**added**mass in the simplifiedmethod [ 1 ] ...

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The

solving the boundary value problem corresponding to an iceberg undergoing

small amplitude oscillations in otherwise still water . A description of the

calculation ...

The

**added**- mass coefficient of an iceberg at impact , Cm , is determined bysolving the boundary value problem corresponding to an iceberg undergoing

small amplitude oscillations in otherwise still water . A description of the

calculation ...

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In Figure 12 , it is presented the non - dimensional mass coefficient , given by

relation between the

ratio between the volumes increases , the

.

In Figure 12 , it is presented the non - dimensional mass coefficient , given by

relation between the

**added**mass and the displacement of the system . When theratio between the volumes increases , the

**added**mass coefficient increases , too.

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 608 |

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