## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 12, Parts 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1993 - Arctic regions |

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The rate of decrease in linear chain damp : ( with increasing peak

higher for the JONSWAP formulation . ... The largest discrepancies occur at the

shortest peal

probable ...

The rate of decrease in linear chain damp : ( with increasing peak

**period**) ishigher for the JONSWAP formulation . ... The largest discrepancies occur at the

shortest peal

**periods**for the MPM value of FX - turret : the computed mostprobable ...

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O It should be noted that a direct comparison of che maxima obtained with

Method I and Method II is jot appropriate because of the following reasons :

Turret and anchor chain forces tend to decrease with increasing peak

Anchor ...

O It should be noted that a direct comparison of che maxima obtained with

Method I and Method II is jot appropriate because of the following reasons :

Turret and anchor chain forces tend to decrease with increasing peak

**period**.Anchor ...

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In this calcula tion , estimation of expected value with N year ' s return

were made by using asymptotic distribution of maximum value of observed wave

height Figures 3 ( a ) - ( c ) show the results from estimation by maximum

likelihood ...

In this calcula tion , estimation of expected value with N year ' s return

**period**were made by using asymptotic distribution of maximum value of observed wave

height Figures 3 ( a ) - ( c ) show the results from estimation by maximum

likelihood ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY VOLUME III MATERIALS ENGINEERING PART | 22 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 33 |

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