## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Arctic regions |

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From the experimental data of CD ( B ) and C ( B ) for various wind speeds , Eqs . 8 and 9 can be

From the experimental data of CD ( B ) and C ( B ) for various wind speeds , Eqs . 8 and 9 can be

**expressed**as polynomials of tan B to best fit the experimental data . Considering the motion is restrained in wi direction , one may then ...Page 139

The wave propagation direction and the direction of currents are shown in Fig . 5. Both the time and frequency domain approaches were utilized in this example . The fluctuating forces are

The wave propagation direction and the direction of currents are shown in Fig . 5. Both the time and frequency domain approaches were utilized in this example . The fluctuating forces are

**expressed**in terms of the variance of ...Page 269

This model determins the statistical crack front length effect through the failure probability

This model determins the statistical crack front length effect through the failure probability

**expression**: Assuming ... Pig 3 ) can be**expressed**as a linear function of the crack depth t and the width of the notch tip zone at the plate ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 47 |

The Force Coefficients on Inclined Cylinder in Random Wave and Current | 57 |

K S Varyani | 79 |

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