## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 9American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Arctic regions |

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Review of the discharge data given by Rummel ( 1986 ) and Johannessen ( 1987

) , which cover the years 1982 , 1985 , 1986 , and 1987 , shows that characteristic

base - , low - , and event -

Review of the discharge data given by Rummel ( 1986 ) and Johannessen ( 1987

) , which cover the years 1982 , 1985 , 1986 , and 1987 , shows that characteristic

base - , low - , and event -

**flow**discharges are about 200 , 100 , and 400 cubic ...Page 568

tion of the behaviour of a model barge during

evidence , see Downie et al . ( 11 ) , indicates that the dominant second order

effect during roll at resonance is due to viscous effects , namely vortex shedding ...

tion of the behaviour of a model barge during

**flow**visualisation experiments ( 6 ) .evidence , see Downie et al . ( 11 ) , indicates that the dominant second order

effect during roll at resonance is due to viscous effects , namely vortex shedding ...

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MODELLING THE EXTERIOR

a velocity potential which satisfies Laplace ' s equation . For each wave

frequency the total potential may be written in terms of the separate potentials for

the ...

MODELLING THE EXTERIOR

**FLOW**FIELD The exterior**flow**field is described bya velocity potential which satisfies Laplace ' s equation . For each wave

frequency the total potential may be written in terms of the separate potentials for

the ...

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### Contents

Identification of NonLinear Effects in Predicting the Motion Response of Mobile Platforms | 337 |

RISERSMOORINGSCABLES | 345 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 347 |

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