## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1991 - Arctic regions |

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Various formulae are used for this purpose , such as the ' linear sum ' ( LS )

formula : low wave frequencies wc may be partly due spurious long or standing

waves in the wave basin

estimating the ...

Various formulae are used for this purpose , such as the ' linear sum ' ( LS )

formula : low wave frequencies wc may be partly due spurious long or standing

waves in the wave basin

**associated**with set - down , else inaccuracy inestimating the ...

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Ochi , M.K. and W.C. Wang ( 1984 ) . “ Non - Gaussian characteristics of coastal

waves , ” Proc . , 19th Conf . Coastal Engineering . Here o ; is the power

average ...

Ochi , M.K. and W.C. Wang ( 1984 ) . “ Non - Gaussian characteristics of coastal

waves , ” Proc . , 19th Conf . Coastal Engineering . Here o ; is the power

**associated**with first - order waves only , and si = ko , is the**associated**first - orderaverage ...

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... Norway Jon Lereim ELKEM a.s. Oslo , Norway 72 - coefficient of kurtosis -

mean value - standard normal distribution - standard deviation ABSTRACT A

quantitative analysis of economic risk

offshore oil ...

... Norway Jon Lereim ELKEM a.s. Oslo , Norway 72 - coefficient of kurtosis -

mean value - standard normal distribution - standard deviation ABSTRACT A

quantitative analysis of economic risk

**associated**with large investments inoffshore oil ...

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### Contents

SPECIAL SESSION HYDRODYNAMICS | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 29 |

SECONDORDER EFFECTS | 113 |

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