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

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estimate of return wave height the influence of short - term wave height variability within a

estimate of return wave height the influence of short - term wave height variability within a

**storm**should be taken into account [ 7 , 12 , 17 , 19 ) . The probability that the wave height will not exceed h in a random**storm**may be ...Page 511

Assuming , as before , a damage threshold of 70 % of the 10,000 - year wave , and by considering the ordered maxima of waves within a

Assuming , as before , a damage threshold of 70 % of the 10,000 - year wave , and by considering the ordered maxima of waves within a

**storm**given by ( 4 ) and ( 6b ) , it can be demonstrated that for all combinations lying on the trial ...Page 513

1444 Extreme

1444 Extreme

**storm**loading ( or factored design**storm**loading ) FIG . 7 LOAD HISTORY FOR CYCLIC ASSESSMENT . APPENDIX A THE STATISTICS OF ORDERED MAXIMA The statistical nature. 4444 4444 100 - year loading 100 - year loading approach ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

OFFSHORE MECHANICS AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING | 13 |

The Effect of NonColinear Wave Wind and Current Loading on Dynamic Response of a Tension | 17 |

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acceleration added amplitude analysis angle applied approach approximately assumed body boundary calculated coefficients compared Comparison components computed considered coordinate corresponding cylinder damping defined depth determined developed direction displacement distribution domain drag drift dynamic effects element Engineering equation estimate experimental experiments expressed field Figure floating flow fluid force frequency function given horizontal hydrodynamic incident included increase integral interaction joint length lift force linear loading mass mean measured method mode mooring motion nonlinear observed obtained Ocean Offshore oscillating parameters peak period pile platform potential predicted presented problem random range ratio relative represent Research respectively response ship shown shows significant simulation solution spectrum speed storm structure surface surge Table tests theory values velocity vertical wave wave height wind