## 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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N X ( t ) ( ancos wnt + busin ant ) ( 12 ) i = 1 In Eq . ( 11 ) , the

random variable , taken from even distribution in the interval [ 0 , 21 ) . In Eq . ( 12

) , the amplitudes a and bo are independant random variables chosen from a ...

N X ( t ) ( ancos wnt + busin ant ) ( 12 ) i = 1 In Eq . ( 11 ) , the

**phase**angle en is arandom variable , taken from even distribution in the interval [ 0 , 21 ) . In Eq . ( 12

) , the amplitudes a and bo are independant random variables chosen from a ...

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The knowledge of the instantaneous elements ' positions relative to a reference

point enables the magnitude of the instantaneous

element to be calculated . This paper describes the development of the rotating

array ...

The knowledge of the instantaneous elements ' positions relative to a reference

point enables the magnitude of the instantaneous

**phase**steering for eachelement to be calculated . This paper describes the development of the rotating

array ...

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The corresponding

12 cos ( wt + 2nrcosoz ? ( 11 ) The response , in thrte dimensions , of the

2element rotating array by cross - correlating the output of the elements is given

by ...

The corresponding

**phase**delays are given as follows : 0 , ( t ) cosesins ( 14 ) - 0212 cos ( wt + 2nrcosoz ? ( 11 ) The response , in thrte dimensions , of the

2element rotating array by cross - correlating the output of the elements is given

by ...

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### Contents

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

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 47 |

The Force Coefficients on Inclined Cylinder in Random Wave and Current | 57 |

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