## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1993 - Arctic regions |

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1 + 2C(-1)"/2 (31) If the body is not axisymmetric Bn"^ may be estimated by rotating the body through 7r/2 and measuring the tank scattering

1 + 2C(-1)"/2 (31) If the body is not axisymmetric Bn"^ may be estimated by rotating the body through 7r/2 and measuring the tank scattering

**coefficients**as described in the previous section. The factor C is of order (kb)-1'2 so it is ...Page 232

The figure shows maximum increases in the thrust

The figure shows maximum increases in the thrust

**coefficient**from kt = 0.04 in unblocked flow to ks = 0.33 in blocked ... An estimate of the thrust and torque**coefficients**in blocked flow was made from the standard B - series data by ...Page 222

The force

The force

**coefficients**vary with marine growth , with drag and lift**coefficients**showing large increases . In general the variation in inertia**coefficient**is relatively small and is not consider further in this paper . ( c ) .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

OFFSHORE MECHANICS AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING | 13 |

The Effect of NonColinear Wave Wind and Current Loading on Dynamic Response of a Tension | 17 |

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