## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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The most significant and frequently analyzed parameter is a keel depth to sail

height

parameters for the sail and the keel ( keel draft and sail height ) of first - year

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The most significant and frequently analyzed parameter is a keel depth to sail

height

**ratio**. ABSTRACT The paper analyzes relations of morphometricparameters for the sail and the keel ( keel draft and sail height ) of first - year

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the

width or “ elongation "

ellipses to circular shapes . ( Losev and Gorbunov , 1977a , 1977b ) . The mean

value ...

the

**ratio**of their mutually perpendicular dimensions in plane . This length - to -width or “ elongation "

**ratio**may vary from 0 . 13 to 1 . 0 , i . e . , from very longellipses to circular shapes . ( Losev and Gorbunov , 1977a , 1977b ) . The mean

value ...

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The equivalent viscous damping

energy , Ediss , is the area related to one hysteresis cycle ( area A , in Figure 15 )

, while the energy stored in one cycle , Estos is the area of the triangle whose

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The equivalent viscous damping

**ratio**is given by : & = / 2 ( 5 ) The dissipatedenergy , Ediss , is the area related to one hysteresis cycle ( area A , in Figure 15 )

, while the energy stored in one cycle , Estos is the area of the triangle whose

sides ...

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