## 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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For an ideal cable model , it was already shown that there is no problem at all

when numerically

...

For an ideal cable model , it was already shown that there is no problem at all

when numerically

**integrating**the system of ... One can also perform easily this**integration**by using , for example , the known freesoftware SCILAB ( 9 ] ) with the...

Page 697

As it is well known , the exponential term grows very fast and even if its coefficient

is tiny , after

against the arc length when a numerical

As it is well known , the exponential term grows very fast and even if its coefficient

is tiny , after

**integrating**for some steps , the ... ( 3 ) that presents the angle plottedagainst the arc length when a numerical

**integration**of Eq . ( 1 ) was carried out .Page 719

+1 j = 1 an j = m + 1 ( 11 ) in which m is the total number of facets in the

formulation and my is the number of facets on the wall surfaces Sy and Sw . It's

understood that the

, S , and ...

+1 j = 1 an j = m + 1 ( 11 ) in which m is the total number of facets in the

formulation and my is the number of facets on the wall surfaces Sy and Sw . It's

understood that the

**integration**performed on the surfaces is in the order of S , Sw, S , and ...

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