# Difference between revisions of "Category:Ocean Wave Interaction with Ships and Offshore Structures"

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## Revision as of 11:56, 13 September 2008

This is an introduction to the basic theory of ocean waves and their interaction with offshore structures. It focuses on the kinds of large scale waves which are important in Offshore Engineering|Offshore Engineering|.

These are notes taken from the MIT open courseware and were written by Paul Scavonous.

1. Conservation Laws and Boundary Conditions

2. Linear and Second-Order Wave Theory

3. Plane Progressive Regular Waves

4. Wave Energy Density and Flux

7. Translating Coordinate Systems

9. Linear Wave-Body Interaction

10. Added-Mass, Damping Coefficients And Exciting Forces

11. Long Wavelength Approximations

12. Wave Scattering By A Vertical Circular Cylinder

13. Forward-Speed Ship Wave Flows

14. Strip Theory Of Ship Motions. Heave & Pitch

15. Ship Roll-Sway-Yaw Motions

16. Derivative Seakeeping Quantities

17. Seakeeping In Random Waves

18. Solution of Wave-Body Flows, Green's Theorem

19. Rankine Intergral Equations For Ship Flows

20. Panel Methods

## Pages in category "Ocean Wave Interaction with Ships and Offshore Structures"

The following 21 pages are in this category, out of 21 total.