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

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Then the particular solution of o, around cylinder i, which satisfies the

inhomogeneous free surface condition, can be

over the free surface i.e. *::=#| |'Ar. 6]or. 6... r. 8) dear = in X. e" f:Ark (r. z; r.)r dr (

34a) n > -oo ...

Then the particular solution of o, around cylinder i, which satisfies the

inhomogeneous free surface condition, can be

**obtained**by the following integralover the free surface i.e. *::=#| |'Ar. 6]or. 6... r. 8) dear = in X. e" f:Ark (r. z; r.)r dr (

34a) n > -oo ...

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(5) In this equation, the pressure term is treated explicitly and w' can be

directly. However, the solution w does not satisfy the continuity equation.

Subtracting equation (5) from (4), it is

p") At ...

(5) In this equation, the pressure term is treated explicitly and w' can be

**obtained**directly. However, the solution w does not satisfy the continuity equation.

Subtracting equation (5) from (4), it is

**obtained**: 1 -ve" + #A'" i:(n+1) — w - - v (**) -p") At ...

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denotes a matrix inversion. The force vector (k'), is the ith. column of the stiffness

matrix of the member shown in Fig.2. From Eq.(5) for i=1 to 12 (space frame) the

stiffness matrix of a partly connected member is

denotes a matrix inversion. The force vector (k'), is the ith. column of the stiffness

matrix of the member shown in Fig.2. From Eq.(5) for i=1 to 12 (space frame) the

stiffness matrix of a partly connected member is

**obtained**to be, [k]=[k][T] .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

Load Control Method and Its Realization on an OWC Wave Power Converter | 19 |

Nonlinearity in CrestTrough Statistics of Bretschneider Seas | 27 |

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