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

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0 I ' 1 ' 1 0 5 0 10 0 ISO 20 0 Spreading Index, s Figure 1. ... Both GW and GH

have the same JONSWAP frequency spectrum, as

have different ... The GW and GH spreading functions are

4.

0 I ' 1 ' 1 0 5 0 10 0 ISO 20 0 Spreading Index, s Figure 1. ... Both GW and GH

have the same JONSWAP frequency spectrum, as

**shown in Figure**2, but theyhave different ... The GW and GH spreading functions are

**shown in Figures**3 and4.

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(C«-5) Fig. 13 Time history of wave, Kc number and inertia coefficient of a circular

cylinder in irregular waves ( Experimental No. CN-5 ) A maximum ... An example

of estimated wave forces in the manner described above is

(C«-5) Fig. 13 Time history of wave, Kc number and inertia coefficient of a circular

cylinder in irregular waves ( Experimental No. CN-5 ) A maximum ... An example

of estimated wave forces in the manner described above is

**shown in Figure**15.Page 626

The bar is modelled with four linear elements and subjected to a concentrated

end load which is

capturing the maximum point on a quadratic response history curve. The

convergence ...

The bar is modelled with four linear elements and subjected to a concentrated

end load which is

**shown in Figure**1. The load is so selected for resulting incapturing the maximum point on a quadratic response history curve. The

convergence ...

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