Wave loads may be defined as time varying forces on a body resulting from the wave induced flow fields which surrounds the body in whole or in part. Such unsteady fluid forces are the net result of pressure and shear forces integrated over the instantaneous wetted area.
|Titel||CEEC COMETT Seminar on Wave and Ice Forces on offshore structures : Salford, UK, April 1989|
|Status||Udgivet - 1989|
Bibliografisk notePDF for print: 44 pp.
- Wave Loads
- Free Flow Velocities
- Flow Fields