## 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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( hu ) - un coup - su - v sina av sinasie - [ u + ek - 1 tanelen Thus we have finally

the source term FINITE ELEMENT SOLUTION As the third refinement leads to a

( hu ) - un coup - su - v sina av sinasie - [ u + ek - 1 tanelen Thus we have finally

the source term FINITE ELEMENT SOLUTION As the third refinement leads to a

**nonlinear**formulation needing in any case a numerical treatment ...Page 161

The calibration constant given by the manufacturer was almost linear , with some

response of similar pressure sensors to applied loads , and also its dependence

on the ...

The calibration constant given by the manufacturer was almost linear , with some

**nonlinearity**in the low range of pressure . ... ( 1998 ) discuss the**nonlinear**response of similar pressure sensors to applied loads , and also its dependence

on the ...

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Gime =

Wave height hos = Median value k = Wave vector k = Wave number kmer = Wave

number of spectral maximum mo = Zero moment e = Function of angular

distribution ...

Gime =

**Nonlinear**wave interaction 8 = Acceleration of gravity H = Depth h =Wave height hos = Median value k = Wave vector k = Wave number kmer = Wave

number of spectral maximum mo = Zero moment e = Function of angular

distribution ...

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### Contents

SHIP NAVIGATION IN | 307 |

Estimation of Extreme Heights of Wind Waves in the Arctic | 327 |

Air and Water Drag on Sea Ice From Similarity Theory | 347 |

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