## 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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Proceedings of OMAE04 23rd International Conference on Offshore Mechanics

and Arctic Engineering June 20-25 , 2004 , Vancouver , British Columbia ,

Canada A NUMERICAL METHOD TO SOLVE THE STATIC

Proceedings of OMAE04 23rd International Conference on Offshore Mechanics

and Arctic Engineering June 20-25 , 2004 , Vancouver , British Columbia ,

Canada A NUMERICAL METHOD TO SOLVE THE STATIC

**PROBLEM**OF A ...Page 694

The two - dimensional static

derived by means of the usual equations of geometric compatibility , force

equilibrium , moment equilibrium and also constitutive relations , assuming three

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The two - dimensional static

**problem**model of an inextensible cable can bederived by means of the usual equations of geometric compatibility , force

equilibrium , moment equilibrium and also constitutive relations , assuming three

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All of the above mentioned theories are based on irrotational ideal flow theory ,

which assumes that the fluid is inviscid , irrotational , and incompressible . h у Z

2.1 Small Amplitude Wave Boundary Value

All of the above mentioned theories are based on irrotational ideal flow theory ,

which assumes that the fluid is inviscid , irrotational , and incompressible . h у Z

2.1 Small Amplitude Wave Boundary Value

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