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

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The still-water depth of the

coordinates are employed with x = 0 at the mean position of the wavemaker and

x>0 denoting the

origin at ...

The still-water depth of the

**fluid**in the channel is denoted by d. Cartesiancoordinates are employed with x = 0 at the mean position of the wavemaker and

x>0 denoting the

**fluid**domain, the z-axis is directed vertically upwards from anorigin at ...

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The ensuing cable motion through the

hydrodynamic force that will affect its response. Hydrodynamic force on cables

and slender cylinders moving through a

mass, ...

The ensuing cable motion through the

**fluid**will generate additionalhydrodynamic force that will affect its response. Hydrodynamic force on cables

and slender cylinders moving through a

**fluid**is typically viewed in terms of addedmass, ...

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Achenbach, E., 1971, "Influence of Surface Roughness on the Cross-Flow

Around a Circular Cylinder," Journal

, R. C, Hartnup, G. C, Steward, D., 1988, "A Study of Two Vortex Suppression

Devices ...

Achenbach, E., 1971, "Influence of Surface Roughness on the Cross-Flow

Around a Circular Cylinder," Journal

**Fluid**Mechanics, Vol. 46, pp. 321-335. Airey, R. C, Hartnup, G. C, Steward, D., 1988, "A Study of Two Vortex Suppression

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

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