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

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In such a case , the

evaluated as the convolution of the still water draft Y , which follows the normal

distribution , and vertical waveinducdistributed in accordance with the Rice law .

In such a case , the

**vertical displacements**X ( t ) of the ship hull should beevaluated as the convolution of the still water draft Y , which follows the normal

distribution , and vertical waveinducdistributed in accordance with the Rice law .

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... the

north directions , respectively . These time series are the starting point for the

spectral analysis performed . The displacements were sampled at a rate of 1 Hz

during ...

... the

**vertical displacement**( n ) and two slopes ( nx and Ny ) in the east andnorth directions , respectively . These time series are the starting point for the

spectral analysis performed . The displacements were sampled at a rate of 1 Hz

during ...

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... two vertical cells of load , with capacity of 100 pounds ; two proximity sensors

for monitoring the horizontal and

accelerometers for monitoring the horizontal and

bearing ...

... two vertical cells of load , with capacity of 100 pounds ; two proximity sensors

for monitoring the horizontal and

**vertical displacements**of the disk ; fouraccelerometers for monitoring the horizontal and

**vertical displacements**of thebearing ...

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