## 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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EFL = expected real part of the error EL, = expected imaginary part of the error A

=

standard error levels (Table 4) of the tidal constituents listed in table 5 are less

than ...

EFL = expected real part of the error EL, = expected imaginary part of the error A

=

**computed**amplitude of the constituent. Tidal Prediction Error All**computed**standard error levels (Table 4) of the tidal constituents listed in table 5 are less

than ...

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Barometric variations are both seasonal and short term , they influence the sea

level and thereby the

should be at random and be comparable with noise with respect to tides . This is

...

Barometric variations are both seasonal and short term , they influence the sea

level and thereby the

**computed**tidal constituents . The short term variationshould be at random and be comparable with noise with respect to tides . This is

...

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ERE ELM Period Average detided hydrostatic head above pressure gauges ( m )

expected real part of the error expected imaginary part of the error А

amplitude of the constituent . Tidal Prediction Error Albuskjell Edda Tor Tredge

++ ...

ERE ELM Period Average detided hydrostatic head above pressure gauges ( m )

expected real part of the error expected imaginary part of the error А

**computed**amplitude of the constituent . Tidal Prediction Error Albuskjell Edda Tor Tredge

++ ...

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### Contents

SPECIAL SESSION HYDRODYNAMICS | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 29 |

SECONDORDER EFFECTS | 113 |

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