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

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The normal stress condition (10) and the corresponding tangential stress

conditions are appropriate only if the free-surface

resolved. Since it is difficult to resolve the

numbers, ...

The normal stress condition (10) and the corresponding tangential stress

conditions are appropriate only if the free-surface

**boundary**-layer is sufficientlyresolved. Since it is difficult to resolve the

**boundary**-layer at full-scale Reynoldsnumbers, ...

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The finite computational domain extends to x = L. First the suitability of the

radiation

2 - 4 present the instantanoeus first- plus second- order (i.e., total) dimensionless

...

The finite computational domain extends to x = L. First the suitability of the

radiation

**boundary**conditions at first and second-order are investigated. Figures2 - 4 present the instantanoeus first- plus second- order (i.e., total) dimensionless

...

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Definition Sketch for the Problem The velocity potential is required to satisfy: V20

= 0 in CI <]>y = 0 at y=-h $x=ky,t) at x=9 (1) (2) (3) Let us first consider that there is

no termination

Definition Sketch for the Problem The velocity potential is required to satisfy: V20

= 0 in CI <]>y = 0 at y=-h $x=ky,t) at x=9 (1) (2) (3) Let us first consider that there is

no termination

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

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