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In the present study, hydrodynamic coefficients in the frequency domain were calculated for both the system of multiple bodies and the isolated body using both low-order and higher-order boundary-element methods with different element numbers.

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In these calculations, the damping-lid method was used to modify the free-surface boundary conditions in the gap and to make the hydrodynamic results more reasonable. Then far-field, mid-field and near-field methods were used to calculate wave-drift forces for both the multi-body system and the isolated body.

The results show that the higher-order method has faster convergence speed than the low-order method for the multi-body case.

Comparison of different methods of computing drift force showed that mid-field and far-field methods have better convergence than the near-field method. Comparison between numerical and experimental results showed good agreement.

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