## 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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Using an interaction function ( Kernel function ) , these points can be used to

discretise partial differential

be solved are Navier - Stokes

Using an interaction function ( Kernel function ) , these points can be used to

discretise partial differential

**equations**... For free surface flows , the**equations**tobe solved are Navier - Stokes

**equations**( 1 , 2 ) and an**equation**of state for the ...Page 778

Op - 0 ( 1 ) at In this

considered . When the number of particles in a unit volume is denoted by < 1 > ; ,

the relation between < n > ; and <A> ; is written by next

( 2 ) ( n ) ...

Op - 0 ( 1 ) at In this

**equation**, the contribution from particle i itself is notconsidered . When the number of particles in a unit volume is denoted by < 1 > ; ,

the relation between < n > ; and <A> ; is written by next

**equation**. Du Dt --- lop + f( 2 ) ( n ) ...

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The modified integral

Ilse G nk dS ( 12 ) for ( k = 1,2 ... 6 ) . The modified integral

order diffraction potentials is aG an ( 1 – vt lls GAS ) ++ s spl ( ® } ) -oIT 4 .

The modified integral

**equation**for the second order radiation potentials is aG anIlse G nk dS ( 12 ) for ( k = 1,2 ... 6 ) . The modified integral

**equation**for secondorder diffraction potentials is aG an ( 1 – vt lls GAS ) ++ s spl ( ® } ) -oIT 4 .

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