Second Order Wave Diffraction for Offshore Structures
The estimation of hydrodynamic wave diffraction for offshore structures has received considerable mathematical and engineering interest due to many practical applications to ocean engineering. The dynamic characteristics of these structures could be determined provided an accurate prediction of the wave-induced forces on these structures is available.
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