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

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FIGURE 3 : Sensitivity of mean

discretization of angular cosine distribution . Sensitivity of mean

numb . of wave headings ( cos ' ( theta ) distribution - waves only ) FIGURE 4 ...

FIGURE 3 : Sensitivity of mean

**surge**offset to number of wave headings used indiscretization of angular cosine distribution . Sensitivity of mean

**surge**offset tonumb . of wave headings ( cos ' ( theta ) distribution - waves only ) FIGURE 4 ...

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FIGURE 5 : Sensitivity of standard deviation of low frequency

number of wave headings used in discretization of angular cosine distribution .

Sensitivity of 2 . order

) ...

FIGURE 5 : Sensitivity of standard deviation of low frequency

**surge**motion tonumber of wave headings used in discretization of angular cosine distribution .

Sensitivity of 2 . order

**surge**stand . dev . to numb . of wave headings ( cos ( theta) ...

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TABLE 4 : Extreme

metres . H , = 10 m , Te = 11 sec , Vw = 28 sec . FIGURE 6 : Comparison of

probability density function for TLP

...

TABLE 4 : Extreme

**surge**response of the TLP in long crested waves . Results inmetres . H , = 10 m , Te = 11 sec , Vw = 28 sec . FIGURE 6 : Comparison of

probability density function for TLP

**surge**response in a combination of wind and...

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