## 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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second order sum and difference frequency ... With the boundary value

formulation set up in the previous section , a

solve the ...

**NUMERICAL**ALGORITHM Similar to the first order analysis , the solution of thesecond order sum and difference frequency ... With the boundary value

formulation set up in the previous section , a

**numerical**method is employed tosolve the ...

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The difference could be due to the effect of risers included in the

modeling and disregarded in the model tests . The calculated wave frequency

vessel surge motions in the irregular wave tests are thus expected to be lower

than the ...

The difference could be due to the effect of risers included in the

**numerical**modeling and disregarded in the model tests . The calculated wave frequency

vessel surge motions in the irregular wave tests are thus expected to be lower

than the ...

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535 , which corresponds to the peak in the experimental results plot . model scale

effects for low frequency waves , the

and the location of the cylinder in a walled tank . 6 . 0 FUTURE WORK ...

535 , which corresponds to the peak in the experimental results plot . model scale

effects for low frequency waves , the

**numerical**approximations that were made ,and the location of the cylinder in a walled tank . 6 . 0 FUTURE WORK ...

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 608 |

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