## 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 local

The local

**environmental**climate . 2. Structural configuration . The codes of practice used as guidance in the design of the structure . Features of the local**environmental**climate that are important include the size of the design wave ...Page 460

Corresponding to ( 1 ) the 100- “ response " quantity of interest is the average wave steepness and year steepness is : therefore an

Corresponding to ( 1 ) the 100- “ response " quantity of interest is the average wave steepness and year steepness is : therefore an

**environmental**contour plot of significant wave height and zero - crossing / spectral peak period is ...Page 464

Figure 5 : Logarithmic contour plot for frequency of significant wave height and spectral peak period ; Vøring , instrumental data ( 1989.03.01-1991.06.30 ) . CONCLUSIONS The study illustrates application of the

Figure 5 : Logarithmic contour plot for frequency of significant wave height and spectral peak period ; Vøring , instrumental data ( 1989.03.01-1991.06.30 ) . CONCLUSIONS The study illustrates application of the

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