## 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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1 1 two close agreement between the set of results in figure 12 imparts

considerable confidence in the QTF

reliable in the additional areas . zero as a to are ( 4 ) Any

kurtosis ...

1 1 two close agreement between the set of results in figure 12 imparts

considerable confidence in the QTF

**estimates**. ... However , the**estimates**lessreliable in the additional areas . zero as a to are ( 4 ) Any

**estimate**of skewness orkurtosis ...

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We repeated the tidal analyses using a 68 constituent tidal data set , we obtained

almost identical

a value in excess of 0.5 mm , so in the error

We repeated the tidal analyses using a 68 constituent tidal data set , we obtained

almost identical

**estimates**of the ... There are only 5 barometric constituents witha value in excess of 0.5 mm , so in the error

**estimate**only 5 contributing ...Page 97

J. F. Dunne , and A. Debonos ... 1991 OMAE – Volume II , Safety and Reliability

ASME – 1991 ABSTRACT The problem of

**ESTIMATION**OF SHIP ROLL PARAMETERS IN RANDOM WAVES J. B. Roberts ,J. F. Dunne , and A. Debonos ... 1991 OMAE – Volume II , Safety and Reliability

ASME – 1991 ABSTRACT The problem of

**estimating**the parameters in an ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

CONTENTS | 131 |

High Frequency Hydrodynamic Damping of a TLP | 147 |

A Comparison of Results | 153 |

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