## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 18, Part 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1999 - Arctic regions |

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( z ) in Eq . ( 9 ) is a

n , ( z ) in Eq . ( 10 ) is the rcomponent of the unit normal vector on the wet surface

, Sy , at z . The complex coefficients in Eq . ( 12 ) can be obtained by solving the ...

( z ) in Eq . ( 9 ) is a

**function**of z defined by the following Eq . ( 11 ) . The**function**n , ( z ) in Eq . ( 10 ) is the rcomponent of the unit normal vector on the wet surface

, Sy , at z . The complex coefficients in Eq . ( 12 ) can be obtained by solving the ...

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... hos = Median value k = Wave vector k = Wave number kmer = Wave number of

spectral maximum mo = Zero moment e =

Correlation coefficient Ť = Spatial horizontal vector S = Two - dimensional

spectrum ...

... hos = Median value k = Wave vector k = Wave number kmer = Wave number of

spectral maximum mo = Zero moment e =

**Function**of angular distribution r =Correlation coefficient Ť = Spatial horizontal vector S = Two - dimensional

spectrum ...

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It has been shown that kmar is a

Problems of investigation and math modeling of wind waves , 1995 ) . These

parameters depend on spatial coordinates ( x , y ) and time i . The relation

between the ...

It has been shown that kmar is a

**function**of m . i . e . kmar = kmar ( m . ) (Problems of investigation and math modeling of wind waves , 1995 ) . These

parameters depend on spatial coordinates ( x , y ) and time i . The relation

between the ...

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