## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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The ordinate in the figure gives the ratio of the

The ordinate in the figure gives the ratio of the

**crest**height to the height predicted by the Rayleigh distribution at the probability level of the abscissa . Apart from the case of very small waves , which are ill defined , linear ...Page 262

Instead , the analyses were based on the preferred approach of increasing wave

Instead , the analyses were based on the preferred approach of increasing wave

**crest**height and thus more accurately modeling the consequent change in kinematics , fluid loading , dynamic response , etc. 4.Page 427

In Sørensen & Sterndorff ( 2000 ) stochastic models for the annual maximum values of the omnidirectional and directional significant wave heights , individual wave heights , and individual

In Sørensen & Sterndorff ( 2000 ) stochastic models for the annual maximum values of the omnidirectional and directional significant wave heights , individual wave heights , and individual

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