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

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As a result of the dynamical processes of gain of

linear interactions and

to lower frequencies in a process of shape stabilization . The value of the phase ...

As a result of the dynamical processes of gain of

**energy**from the wind , non -linear interactions and

**energy**lost due to whitecapping the spectral peak movesto lower frequencies in a process of shape stabilization . The value of the phase ...

Page 411

Applying the Hilbert transformation ( HT ) to each of these disintegrated Intrinsic

Mode Function ( IMF ) subsequently provides the Hilbert amplitude or

spectrum - producing more accurate spectra and proposing in all probability

entirely ...

Applying the Hilbert transformation ( HT ) to each of these disintegrated Intrinsic

Mode Function ( IMF ) subsequently provides the Hilbert amplitude or

**energy**spectrum - producing more accurate spectra and proposing in all probability

entirely ...

Page 422

This last parameter also combines both ,

characterizes thus the local equilibrium in which the wave evolves . As the

highest wave of the group massively breaks , a jet is issued from the top of the

wave and falls ...

This last parameter also combines both ,

**energy**and group velocity , andcharacterizes thus the local equilibrium in which the wave evolves . As the

highest wave of the group massively breaks , a jet is issued from the top of the

wave and falls ...

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