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

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The linear estimate of the hybrid model is not explicitly

The linear estimate of the hybrid model is not explicitly

**shown**, but it is expected to include slightly more high - frequency contents . In this presentation , data from one irregular sea state called i18 are included .Page 269

The linear forces will retain their Taylor series expressions while the nonlinear forces will be lumped together in one term , as

The linear forces will retain their Taylor series expressions while the nonlinear forces will be lumped together in one term , as

**shown**in the following equations : f , ( u , v , 1,8R ) = X du + 11x ... du ?Page 339

A similar convergence check has been done at Re = 4.42 x 10 ^ , but is not

A similar convergence check has been done at Re = 4.42 x 10 ^ , but is not

**shown**here . At At = 0.002 , the number of Cray C90 Service Units required to complete one dimensionless time ( = 1 ) is approximately 10 minutes . technique to ...### 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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