## 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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Having set the wave profile and wave amplitude for each frequency component

for a given wave group , the first order and second order incident velocity

potentials can be obtained ( Bowers ( 1975 ) , Zang ( 2003 ) ) for further

Having set the wave profile and wave amplitude for each frequency component

for a given wave group , the first order and second order incident velocity

potentials can be obtained ( Bowers ( 1975 ) , Zang ( 2003 ) ) for further

**numerical**...Page 1110

1.2 1.0 O Model Test ( ak = 0.1 ) A Model Test ( ak = 0.25 )

Surge RAO ( m / m ) 0.6 - 0.4 - - ! 0.2 - model than in the model tests probably

causes this shift . The difference could be due to the effect of risers included in

the ...

1.2 1.0 O Model Test ( ak = 0.1 ) A Model Test ( ak = 0.25 )

**Numerical**0.8 - ! - DOSurge RAO ( m / m ) 0.6 - 0.4 - - ! 0.2 - model than in the model tests probably

causes this shift . The difference could be due to the effect of risers included in

the ...

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For b = 2.5 ft , o = 3.59 rad / s , and the non - dimensional value is 2.535 , which

corresponds to the peak in the experimental results plot . model scale effects for

low frequency waves , the

For b = 2.5 ft , o = 3.59 rad / s , and the non - dimensional value is 2.535 , 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 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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