## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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... 1,2 ) ( 7 ) 21 where H , ( w ) is the frequency response function of the 1st order wave force . H2 ( w ) , on the other hand , is given by the following

... 1,2 ) ( 7 ) 21 where H , ( w ) is the frequency response function of the 1st order wave force . H2 ( w ) , on the other hand , is given by the following

**equation**using the frequency response function G2 ( 0 , ...Page 155

We assume , to cubic order in nonlinearity , that the wave dynamics are governed by the nonlinear Schroedinger ( NLS )

We assume , to cubic order in nonlinearity , that the wave dynamics are governed by the nonlinear Schroedinger ( NLS )

**equation**. We identify two parameters in the power spectrum that control the nonlinear dynamics : the Phillips ...Page 156

Formally , the NLS

Formally , the NLS

**equation**is derived assuming that the spectrum is narrow banded and the steepness is small . For small values of y ( y = 1 , 2 ) the spectrum is not narrow banded ; as y increases the spectrum becomes narrower ( AW ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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