## 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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EXCERPT OF A MONTE CARLO SIMULATION OF THE 3D FIRST ORDER

LAGRANGIAN

Lagrangian approach ,

particles ...

EXCERPT OF A MONTE CARLO SIMULATION OF THE 3D FIRST ORDER

LAGRANGIAN

**SURFACE**. ... + h ) ] sinh ( kh )**Surface**elevation field In theLagrangian approach ,

**surfaces**are described through the position of the**surface**particles ...

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DP = 0 at any time t doc do 0 on S . ( 8 ) at " on where cn is the time - dependent

celerity of the scattered waves on the control

normal n . The potential o is subject to boundary conditions on the impermeable ...

DP = 0 at any time t doc do 0 on S . ( 8 ) at " on where cn is the time - dependent

celerity of the scattered waves on the control

**surface**Sc in the direction of thenormal n . The potential o is subject to boundary conditions on the impermeable ...

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The points to be made here are related to the free

In general two sets of conditions are invoked at the exact free

kinematic boundary condition , increases , this scheme becomes increasingly

elaborate ...

The points to be made here are related to the free

**surface**boundary conditions .In general two sets of conditions are invoked at the exact free

**surface**, akinematic boundary condition , increases , this scheme becomes increasingly

elaborate ...

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