## 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 method involves first determining the

and the responses , such as those with a 100 - year return period , and then

deriving the pair of wave and current combinations by inverting the response ...

The method involves first determining the

**extreme**values , of the waves , currentsand the responses , such as those with a 100 - year return period , and then

deriving the pair of wave and current combinations by inverting the response ...

Page 178

The estimation of the combined first - order ( linear ) and second - order (

quadratic )

possible approach is to use the method described by Naess ( 1994 ) and by

Teigen ...

The estimation of the combined first - order ( linear ) and second - order (

quadratic )

**extreme**surge response can be done in several alternative ways . Apossible approach is to use the method described by Naess ( 1994 ) and by

Teigen ...

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For design purposes the

interest . The present study discusses estimation of

environmental contour plots contra traditional design practice . Uncertainties ...

For design purposes the

**extreme**steepness with a specified return period is ofinterest . The present study discusses estimation of

**extreme**wave steepness fromenvironmental contour plots contra traditional design practice . Uncertainties ...

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