## 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 boundary-

resolved. Since it is difficult to resolve the boundary-

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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Re * 5 regime of unsepa'.iled flow 5 to 1 5 < Re < 40 a fixed pair of FOPPL

vortices in wake 40 < Re < 90 and 90 < R, < 150 Two regimes in which vorex

street is laminar 3 x 10s < Re < 3 5 x 106 laminar boundary

turbulent ...

Re * 5 regime of unsepa'.iled flow 5 to 1 5 < Re < 40 a fixed pair of FOPPL

vortices in wake 40 < Re < 90 and 90 < R, < 150 Two regimes in which vorex

street is laminar 3 x 10s < Re < 3 5 x 106 laminar boundary

**layer**has undergoneturbulent ...

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They interact chemically through their acidic and hydroxy functional groups,

predominantly with the early hydration products of C 3 A and to some extent with

C-j S of portland cement, to form a monomolecular

water ...

They interact chemically through their acidic and hydroxy functional groups,

predominantly with the early hydration products of C 3 A and to some extent with

C-j S of portland cement, to form a monomolecular

**layer**of admixtures at thewater ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

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