## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 15American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1996 - Arctic regions |

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These are the Keulegan - Carpenter number UL KC , UT and the Reynolds number Re = where U and T are

These are the Keulegan - Carpenter number UL KC , UT and the Reynolds number Re = where U and T are

**respectively**the amplitude and the period of the oscillating current velocity , L is a characteristic length of the body shape .Page 268

It can be performed in real time , thus it can provide on line prediction of the trajectory of the ship to help the captain in steering the ship where A and ļ are the ship's mass and mass moment of inertia ,

It can be performed in real time , thus it can provide on line prediction of the trajectory of the ship to help the captain in steering the ship where A and ļ are the ship's mass and mass moment of inertia ,

**respectively**. u , v and r ...Page 328

... the I- and z - directions ,

... the I- and z - directions ,

**respectively**. The shear modulus of Figure 1 : Definition sketch of water wave / seabed interaction the soil G , is related to Young's modulus , E , and Poisson's problem . ratio , H , as E / 2 ( 1 + ) .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

PART | 1 |

VOLUME 1B OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 16 |

Sea Surface Wind Stress in Stratified Atmospheric Flow | 49 |

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