# Category:Ocean Wave Interaction with Ships and Offshore Structures

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Jump to navigationJump to searchThis 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.

The pages in this category are based on the MIT open courseware notes written by Paul Sclavounos. They can be read in order as a basic course on hydrodynamics.

- Conservation Laws and Boundary Conditions
- Linear and Second-Order Wave Theory
- Linear Plane Progressive Regular Waves
- Wave Energy Density and Flux
- Wave Momentum Flux
- Wavemaker Theory
- Ship Kelvin Wake
- Linear Wave-Body Interaction
- Long Wavelength Approximations
- Wave Scattering By A Vertical Circular Cylinder
- Forward-Speed Ship Wave Flows
- Strip Theory Of Ship Motions. Heave & Pitch
- Ship Roll-Sway-Yaw Motions
- Derivative Seakeeping Quantities
- Seakeeping In Random Waves
- Solution of Wave-Body Flows, Green's Theorem
- Rankine Intergral Equations For Ship Flows
- Panel Methods
- Wave Drift Forces
- Second-Order Wave Theory
- Second-Order Wave Effect On Offshore Platforms

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

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