## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 10, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1991 - Arctic regions |

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For the second and third peaks to be considered they must have ordinates larger or equal to 15 % of the first one . determined in the high frequency range and , because no other

For the second and third peaks to be considered they must have ordinates larger or equal to 15 % of the first one . determined in the high frequency range and , because no other

**peak**exists , all the energy contained in the high frequen ...Page 50

A storm event is modelled as a sequence of stationary sea states and can be characterized by time series of the significant wave height and the

A storm event is modelled as a sequence of stationary sea states and can be characterized by time series of the significant wave height and the

**peak**period . Since the foundation safety is governed by accumulation mechanisms ...Page 50

Accordingly , for the Northern North Sea , the distribution of the largest 7 - hour event during L years becomes ; ( h ) = ( 1 - exp ( - ( h ) 83 ) 92 ( 1 ) ( 7 ) P The conditional mean value and standard deviation for the spectral

Accordingly , for the Northern North Sea , the distribution of the largest 7 - hour event during L years becomes ; ( h ) = ( 1 - exp ( - ( h ) 83 ) 92 ( 1 ) ( 7 ) P The conditional mean value and standard deviation for the spectral

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### Contents

Occurrence of Extreme Waves With Respect to Significant Wave Height | 1 |

Spectral Modelling of Sea States With Multiple Wave Systems | 13 |

Statistical and Physical Models of Nonlinear Random Waves | 23 |

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