## 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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The tables 7 and 8 give an idea of the dependence between the dissymetry of the

waves , the steepness and the

with the

The tables 7 and 8 give an idea of the dependence between the dissymetry of the

waves , the steepness and the

**wave heights**: dissymetry and steepness increasewith the

**wave height**. = 3.2.2 Probability distribution functions For the wave ...Page 13

The differences between the crest

case by the study of the ratio 2 ac / Hy on the statistical values ( H1 / 3 , H1 / 10 )

and by the study of this ratio for each

The differences between the crest

**heights**and the troughs are quantified in a realcase by the study of the ratio 2 ac / Hy on the statistical values ( H1 / 3 , H1 / 10 )

and by the study of this ratio for each

**wave**. The results show that the non ...Page 344

9 : Experimental Test Set - up

9 : Experimental Test Set - up

**WAVE HEIGHT**= 2.5 M**WAVE HEIGHT**= 5 M 2000**WAVE HEIGHT**= 7.5 M**WAVE HEIGHT**= 10 M**WAVE HEIGHT**= 12.5 M**WAVE****HEIGHT**= 15 M O STEADY SURGE DISP . ( M ) TENSION ( KG ) 1000 oth 0 0.2 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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