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2.4 Added Masses of a Duplicated Shipframe Contour Moving in Unlimited Fluid 59 Fig. 2.41 Shape of a Lewis shipframe for different B/ 2 T and β In practice it is convenient to use an approximate analytical representation of the coefficients k 33 = c v = λ 33 (π/ 2 )ρ(B/ 2 ) 2 and k 220 = c h = λ 220 ( 2 /π)ρT 2 (see Fig. 2.49 ) in terms of characteristic dimensions of the frames. Possible inaccu- racies arising from the use of this approximation can be corrected by use of com- puter simulation. Now we present the formulas for

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