## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic EngineeringAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1994 - Arctic regions |

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150 < Re < 300 300 < Re < 3 x 1 range to turbulence in vortex vortex street is fully

turbulent In the postcritical

shedding is re-established with a turbulent cylinder boundary layer. The vortex ...

150 < Re < 300 300 < Re < 3 x 1 range to turbulence in vortex vortex street is fully

turbulent In the postcritical

**Reynolds number**range (Re>3.5x106), regular vortexshedding is re-established with a turbulent cylinder boundary layer. The vortex ...

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However, it is well documented that for

to lower supercritical flow regime) there is a high mean lift coefficient [Schewe (

1983), Bearman (1969)]. The boundary layer becomes turbulent at one side

while ...

However, it is well documented that for

**Reynolds numbers**2x105-8x105 (criticalto lower supercritical flow regime) there is a high mean lift coefficient [Schewe (

1983), Bearman (1969)]. The boundary layer becomes turbulent at one side

while ...

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(1983) used stationary cylinders in turbulent flow to measure the drag coefficient

in wind flow at subcritical and supercritical

pressure taps to measure the circumferential pressure around the cylinder. The

drag ...

(1983) used stationary cylinders in turbulent flow to measure the drag coefficient

in wind flow at subcritical and supercritical

**Reynolds numbers**. They usedpressure taps to measure the circumferential pressure around the cylinder. The

drag ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

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