## 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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where N is the number of discrete frequencies , En is the phase angle selected at

more conveniently expressed as follows : n ( x , y , = WI AA : { x , y , 0 ) 164 . 8 .

where N is the number of discrete frequencies , En is the phase angle selected at

**random**from a uniform distribution , and h is the water depth . Equation 4 can bemore conveniently expressed as follows : n ( x , y , = WI AA : { x , y , 0 ) 164 . 8 .

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30 PLA ) - 16 hop ( - 3 NORMALIZED PROBABILITY DENSITY where He is the

significant wave height of the

may then be mapped into an associated distribution of nonlinear wave crest ...

30 PLA ) - 16 hop ( - 3 NORMALIZED PROBABILITY DENSITY where He is the

significant wave height of the

**random**sea . This distribution of linear amplitudesmay then be mapped into an associated distribution of nonlinear wave crest ...

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Solomonidis C . ( 1991 ) , Parallel Computing in the Synthesis of

by Digital Filtering , Ph . D . Thesis , University College London . Solomonidis , C .

And Yarimer , Y . ( 1992 ) " Design of Recursive Filters for

Solomonidis C . ( 1991 ) , Parallel Computing in the Synthesis of

**Random**Wavesby Digital Filtering , Ph . D . Thesis , University College London . Solomonidis , C .

And Yarimer , Y . ( 1992 ) " Design of Recursive Filters for

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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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