## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Arctic regions |

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In the

In the

**interval**of 2. sm cos tj ( 3 + H ) Q ; e * £ ; ( x - 3 ) ( 5 ) as where according to the complete orthogonal function set cosh ko ( 3 + H ) cosh koh k + H ) = in j z : ( -1,0 ) . Hence , the above expression may be written Pe ...Page 2

( 6 ) is replaced by a sum with m

( 6 ) is replaced by a sum with m

**intervals**in the second line each having a length 4qi . fo ( 4 ) Agi is the probability that the process is in the**interval**( 91.4i + Aqil . Hence , the total expected time the sequence will spend in ...Page 166

The 2/4 H platform subsidence continues without sudden changes in the subsidence rate . was 2 . In many hydrographic data gathering systems 20 minute records are used with a one second

The 2/4 H platform subsidence continues without sudden changes in the subsidence rate . was 2 . In many hydrographic data gathering systems 20 minute records are used with a one second

**interval**. This sampling**interval**historically ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

DESIGN METHODS OF STRUCTURES | 10 |

OCEAN WAVES | 11 |

Simulation of Hurricane Seas in a Multidirectional Wave Basin | 17 |

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added amplitude analysis applied array bending body boundary calculated coefficient compared comparison component considered corresponding crest curve cylinder damping defined dependent depth determined developed direction displacement distribution drag dynamic effect element Engineering equation estimated experimental experiments factor field Figure flow forward frequency function given hydrodynamic increase integral interval length lift force linear load mass maximum mean measured method mooring motion natural nonlinear obtained Offshore oscillation parameters period pile plate platform potential predicted present pressure problem range ratio relative respectively response riser ship shown simulation solution spectra spectrum speed stress structure surface surge Table tension theory values velocity vertical vessel vortex wave force wave height wind