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

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Long waves can carry small high frequency waves far from z = O where the linear

Long waves can carry small high frequency waves far from z = O where the linear

**equations**are valid . ... of the sea surface in**equation**( 1 ) can be extended to second order accuracy through a perturbation expansion of the**equations**...Page 304

( 47 ) for úl " ( z , t ) , exact solutions can be developed for computing the time - domain integrals in

( 47 ) for úl " ( z , t ) , exact solutions can be developed for computing the time - domain integrals in

**equations**( 48 ) and ( 49 ) , as functions of the Fourier coefficients { 4 " - v ( z ) o , V. " } and { B " + y ( 2 ) 00,0 " } .Page 371

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Based on this

**equation**B = 3.5 is obtained for semisubmersible by taking T = 20 . ... In these**equations**, if the potential loss becomes ten times larger the acceptable failure probability is decreased to 1 / 5.5 of original value .### What people are saying - Write a review

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