## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2; Volume 7, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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The results of linear wave theory are thus

The results of linear wave theory are thus

**assumed**applicable , with the velocity and acceleration spectra related to the wave spectrum by : Su ( w ) = w2 ...Page 141

In this paper ,

In this paper ,

**assuming**that the drag coefficient cd itself is not affected ... The reason why cd is**assumed**to be the same value in waves as one in still ...Page 357

For this analysis a plane strain condition of the cross section is

For this analysis a plane strain condition of the cross section is

**assumed**. This**assumption**is equivalent to**assuming**that no change in vertical strain ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCESI | 1 |

Catchment Regions of Multiple Dynamic Responses in Nonlinear Problems of Offshore Mechanics | 15 |

Hydrodynamic Forces on a Floating Cylinder in Waves of Finite Depth | 23 |

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