## 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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The differences between the crest heights and the troughs are quantified in a real

case by the study of the ratio 2 ac/ Hu on the ... The results show that the non-

linearity of the wave is not negligeable and increases with the

the ...

The differences between the crest heights and the troughs are quantified in a real

case by the study of the ratio 2 ac/ Hu on the ... The results show that the non-

linearity of the wave is not negligeable and increases with the

**wave height**andthe ...

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4.4 Wave Spectrin It was found that the nave spectra aeasured in our test field

were almost proportional to f"6 at high ... In the second approach, the sequence

of

betveen ...

4.4 Wave Spectrin It was found that the nave spectra aeasured in our test field

were almost proportional to f"6 at high ... In the second approach, the sequence

of

**wave height**is treated as Markov chain with a non-zero correlation onlybetveen ...

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The wave flume details are given below: Depth : 3 m Maximum water level in

operation : 2.5 m Maximum wave period : 10 sec Maximum

The far ...

.

The wave flume details are given below: Depth : 3 m Maximum water level in

operation : 2.5 m Maximum wave period : 10 sec Maximum

**wave height**: 30 cmThe far ...

**Wave height**is controlled by adjusting regular waves as well as spectra.

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