Vol 2, No 1 (2020)

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Saleem Mustafa, John Hill, Rossita Shapawi, Sitti Raehanah M. Shaleh, Abentin Estim, Zarinah Waheed, Madihah Jafar Sidik, Chen Cheng Ann, Lim Leong Seng

Article ID: 238
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Abstract: COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented public health crisis, taken about 1.4 million lives so far, infected almost 70 million people around the world, battered the global economy and paralyzed the normal activity. This situation is evolving so rapidly that the data on numbers of infection...
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Fuat Kara

Article ID: 264
Views - 399  (Abstract) PDF - 80  (Download)
Abstract:Hydroelasticity of marine structures with and without forward speed is studied directly using time dependent Boundary Integral Equation Method with Neumann-Kelvin linearisation where the potential is considered as the impulsive velocity potential. The exciting and radiation hydrodynamic parameters a...
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Mohideen Wafar

Article ID: 291
Views - 105  (Abstract) PDF - 46  (Download)
Abstract: Data obtained on hydrography and currents in meridional sections in the Gulf of Aqaba and the Red Sea in November 2013 and March 2015 were used to determine the extent of contribution of Gulf of Aqaba Water (GAW) to the formation of Red Sea waters. The southward flow across the Strait of Tiran wa...
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Maycon da Silveira Paiva, Leonardo da Silva Silveira, Liércio André Isoldi, Bianca Neves Machado

Article ID: 306
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Abstract: The present study aims to analyze the state of the art of scientific studies about the Overtopping device used to convert sea wave energy into electrical energy, by means the Bibliometric methodology. The development of this study took place through the selection of articles from conference proce...
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Sung Wuk Jung, Erkan Oterkus

Article ID: 311
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Abstract: Nowadays, it is crucial to reduce the cost of the overall project so that the competitiveness of offshore oil and gas without compromising on quality or safety can be achieved. This study investigates how to define the longest cable tray support span considering constructability in order to reduc...
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