## 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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However the main difference between them is that some are deterministic

methods, i.e. that the wave energy

and others are probabilistic, i.e. that the energy

average.

However the main difference between them is that some are deterministic

methods, i.e. that the wave energy

**spectrum**is reproduced for each simulation,and others are probabilistic, i.e. that the energy

**spectrum**is only reproduced inaverage.

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The target frequency

energy with frequency. The mean wave direction is resolved to within 2 deg near

the peak of the frequency

The target frequency

**spectrum**is included to indicate the distribution of waveenergy with frequency. The mean wave direction is resolved to within 2 deg near

the peak of the frequency

**spectrum**. Above 1.5fp the agreement deteriorates.Page 58

In practice usage* since the band width of wave

difference between the characteristics of velocity

In practice usage* since the band width of wave

**spectrum**is quite narrow* thedifference between the characteristics of velocity

**spectrum**and acceleration**spectrum**is not evident* and the phase shift between water particle velocity and ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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