## 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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OD is the diffraction

, R j = 1 3 - D HYDRODYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF INTERACTION BETWEEN

WAVES AND SEMI - SUBMERSIBLE BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEM It is

assumed ...

OD is the diffraction

**potential**and -iot ΣΦ , ( x , y , z ) ν . e is the radiation**potential**, R j = 1 3 - D HYDRODYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF INTERACTION BETWEEN

WAVES AND SEMI - SUBMERSIBLE BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEM It is

assumed ...

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between this diffraction

ds = 55 % ds an an ( 21 ) S summary of this joint project , in which 34 computer

programs from 28 different organizations were used , was reported in [ 8 ] .

between this diffraction

**potential**, bp , and a radiation**potential**, 0 ; дф , дф ssoods = 55 % ds an an ( 21 ) S summary of this joint project , in which 34 computer

programs from 28 different organizations were used , was reported in [ 8 ] .

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The scattered

due to an incident wave and it is only valid for no applied pressure inside the

cylinder . The radiated

...

The scattered

**potential**, 4s , is the wave velocity**potential**for the scattered wavesdue to an incident wave and it is only valid for no applied pressure inside the

cylinder . The radiated

**potential**, pr , is the**potential**for the radiated waves due to...

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