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

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parameter . For y = l and a = 0.0081 the

Pierson and Moskowitz which describes a fully developed sea state , i.e. one

which has evolved over infinite time and space . For f = fo , the expression E = y

expl .

parameter . For y = l and a = 0.0081 the

**spectrum**reduces identically to that ofPierson and Moskowitz which describes a fully developed sea state , i.e. one

which has evolved over infinite time and space . For f = fo , the expression E = y

expl .

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In the SIWEH method , wave elevation is simulated with the wave

the SIWEH as two targets . The grouping height feature is modeled by using a '

group factor ' , GF , defined as the ratio of the square root of the zeroth moment of

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In the SIWEH method , wave elevation is simulated with the wave

**spectrum**andthe SIWEH as two targets . The grouping height feature is modeled by using a '

group factor ' , GF , defined as the ratio of the square root of the zeroth moment of

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... the target amplitude

distributed between ( 0,21 ) . ( 3 ) x ( i ) is rearranged by moving the elements

inside ...

... the target amplitude

**spectrum**A ( 1 ) which is calculated from the target wave**spectrum**S ( f ) : A ( I ) = 25 ( 1 ) . Af = l , where the phase angle V ; is uniformlydistributed between ( 0,21 ) . ( 3 ) x ( i ) is rearranged by moving the elements

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