## 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 study of ocean swell in the laboratory presents some problems because of

the low wave heights involved with available

we may consider a typical highly developed swell with peak frequency of 0 .

The study of ocean swell in the laboratory presents some problems because of

the low wave heights involved with available

**wave frequencies**. For example ,we may consider a typical highly developed swell with peak frequency of 0 .

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At each sum / difference frequency the wave amplitude consists of four separate

terms arising from different combinations of the component

that is values corresponding to h / L ; = 0 . 0 are the monochromatic wave results

...

At each sum / difference frequency the wave amplitude consists of four separate

terms arising from different combinations of the component

**wave frequencies**,that is values corresponding to h / L ; = 0 . 0 are the monochromatic wave results

...

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The time series data are presented for each Nic for one cycle of the incident wave

. The spectra are computed from a segment of the acquired data containing an

average of 20 waves . Spectral peaks occurring at the

The time series data are presented for each Nic for one cycle of the incident wave

. The spectra are computed from a segment of the acquired data containing an

average of 20 waves . Spectral peaks occurring at the

**wave frequency**or its ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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