## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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The second method is use Cauchy's theorem to convert

The second method is use Cauchy's theorem to convert

**integrals**over the fluid volume to**integrals**around the boundary . Unfortunately , there is no easy way to extend these boundary**integral**methods from 2 to 3 dimensions .Page 299

It is known , however , that the

It is known , however , that the

**integral**representation of the Volterra series exhibits severe limitations from a computational point of view , as response statistics must be evaluated by a multi - fold numerical integration in the ...Page 307

Similarly , the

Similarly , the

**integrals**in the first terms in equations ( 50 ) and ( 51 ) can be simply rewritten as ja cos ( a lat , 2 : якогдан ( A.3a ) , ( A.3b ) where § = vi " . Substituting eq . ( A.1 ) for Ż , , and expanding the inner ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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