## 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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A particle interacts with its neighboring particles covered with a weight ( kernel )

following

A particle interacts with its neighboring particles covered with a weight ( kernel )

**function**wer ) , where r is the distance between two particles . In this study , thefollowing

**function**is employed Fig . 1 . : The denominator of equation ( 5 ) is the ...Page 886

Being the transfer

moving vessel - R ... a tension leg platform or a ship moored to a quay with short ,

taut lines and fenders , the wave - to - motion transfer

.

Being the transfer

**function**of a physical process – the making of waves by themoving vessel - R ... a tension leg platform or a ship moored to a quay with short ,

taut lines and fenders , the wave - to - motion transfer

**function**will be inadequate.

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Secondly , the

assuming that it should approach zero for increasing frequency . Such extension

is indicated on the figure . Van Oortmerssen [ 1 ] suggests the damping approach

zero ...

Secondly , the

**function**must be extended to the right in a “ natural ” way ,assuming that it should approach zero for increasing frequency . Such extension

is indicated on the figure . Van Oortmerssen [ 1 ] suggests the damping approach

zero ...

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 608 |

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