## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 10, Part 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1991 - Arctic regions |

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The boundary - element method can be developed by first using the divergence

theorem and Green ' s Second Identity , to show that Laplace ' s

the following integral

The boundary - element method can be developed by first using the divergence

theorem and Green ' s Second Identity , to show that Laplace ' s

**equation**leads tothe following integral

**equation**: h = nui ( 24 ) ( 25 ) C ( P ) ® ( P . 1 ) - { ccP .Page 19

The dynamic configuration is also calculated from Eq . ( 1 ) after splitting off the

static terms and uncoupling the lateral dynamic component

) : EIM - ( Four ) ' + moün = ' ' Fody + qNdy ( 2 ) ( 3 ) tial

The dynamic configuration is also calculated from Eq . ( 1 ) after splitting off the

static terms and uncoupling the lateral dynamic component

**equations**( see ( 15 ]) : EIM - ( Four ) ' + moün = ' ' Fody + qNdy ( 2 ) ( 3 ) tial

**equation**for the radius ...Page 182

To facilitate calculation , it is preferable to develop empirical

' s . ... In these figures , the error is defined as : SCF = f ( D , t , d , La , In ) ( 1 ) The

five variables in this

To facilitate calculation , it is preferable to develop empirical

**equations**for the scF' s . ... In these figures , the error is defined as : SCF = f ( D , t , d , La , In ) ( 1 ) The

five variables in this

**equation**can be reduced to four dimensionless variables .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Design of the Troll Multiphase Transport System | 1 |

Propagation and Diffraction of Cnoidal Waves | 9 |

Dynamic Stresses and Motions of Offshore Pipelines During Laying | 17 |

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