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

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Proceedings of OMAE'01 : 20th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering June 3-8 , 2001 , Rio de Janeiro , Brazil A RATIONAL PROCEDURE FOR DETERMINATION OF DIRECTIONAL INDIVIDUAL DESIGN

Proceedings of OMAE'01 : 20th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering June 3-8 , 2001 , Rio de Janeiro , Brazil A RATIONAL PROCEDURE FOR DETERMINATION OF DIRECTIONAL INDIVIDUAL DESIGN

**WAVE HEIGHTS**...Page 428

Maximum Likelihood estimators and covariance matrix equal to , sce e.g. ( Lindley , 1976 ) COLA = t - Hohet oa Papooop Papoooo o } ( 2 ) OB The probability distribution for the annual maximum individual

Maximum Likelihood estimators and covariance matrix equal to , sce e.g. ( Lindley , 1976 ) COLA = t - Hohet oa Papooop Papoooo o } ( 2 ) OB The probability distribution for the annual maximum individual

**wave heights**is determined by ...Page 431

The data set contains 49 observations of HmaxdHs , where Hoax is the maximum individual

The data set contains 49 observations of HmaxdHs , where Hoax is the maximum individual

**wave height**measured during the storm and H , is the peak 3 - hour significant**wave height**during the storm . The results are given in Table 3 .### What people are saying - Write a review

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