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

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Values given within these figures correspond to different significant wave heights

for given return periods .

length of the stiffened plate , O yp and o are yield stresses of plate and stiffener ...

Values given within these figures correspond to different significant wave heights

for given return periods .

**width**and thickness of the flange of the stiffener , a is thelength of the stiffened plate , O yp and o are yield stresses of plate and stiffener ...

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Consequently , F ( 1,0 , h ) represents the local spectrum of the signal x ( i )

around u . With the purpose of localizing an event precisely in time , the window

requires ...

Consequently , F ( 1,0 , h ) represents the local spectrum of the signal x ( i )

around u . With the purpose of localizing an event precisely in time , the window

**width**must be essentially narrow , but , concurrently , the frequency resolutionrequires ...

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