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

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11 and 12 use Newman and SRI approximation , respectively , in evaluating drift

forces . h ( T ) and h , ( T ) are the impulse response

2nd order wave force , respectively . They are derived from Fourier transforms of

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11 and 12 use Newman and SRI approximation , respectively , in evaluating drift

forces . h ( T ) and h , ( T ) are the impulse response

**function**of the 1st and the2nd order wave force , respectively . They are derived from Fourier transforms of

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described by the shape and value of the circular semivariogram

has the following form : nxo , h ) = ( 1 / 2n ) 22 % - 0 ( DN ( Xo + r ) - MH ( Xo ) ) ,

where : 7xo , b ) is the semivariogram

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described by the shape and value of the circular semivariogram

**function**, whichhas the following form : nxo , h ) = ( 1 / 2n ) 22 % - 0 ( DN ( Xo + r ) - MH ( Xo ) ) ,

where : 7xo , b ) is the semivariogram

**function**at pixel location Xo and radial lag...

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These

saturation , rrs7 is the relative resting aspiration , a7c is the response

water temperature , t7c the parameter of z7c for the standard metabolism .

These

**functions**are defined as follows : tem = exp ( alph7 . ... to the low oxyecoiasaturation , rrs7 is the relative resting aspiration , a7c is the response

**function**towater temperature , t7c the parameter of z7c for the standard metabolism .

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### Contents

OMAE2001OSU5019 | 93 |

OMAE2001OSU5021 | 101 |

A Ship Maneuvering Control Framework | 111 |

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