## 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 moderate seastate , however , the Stokes model becomes somewhat more accurate if the low frequency

For the moderate seastate , however , the Stokes model becomes somewhat more accurate if the low frequency

**term**is removed . ... Exact expressions for the first four moments of n , including higher - order steepness**terms**, can also be ...Page 27

Seastates 209 209 STOKES CORRECTIONS Sn = an / an , Stokes Seastates E [ 13 ] o 13 ES ola Corr [ / 3 , ] All seastates ; without low frequency

Seastates 209 209 STOKES CORRECTIONS Sn = an / an , Stokes Seastates E [ 13 ] o 13 ES ola Corr [ / 3 , ] All seastates ; without low frequency

**term**12 | 0.85157 0.65131 | 1.05866 0.53737 | 0.03820 Excluding 2 outlier seastates ; without ...Page 195

The expected fatigue damage per unit time in a long -

The expected fatigue damage per unit time in a long -

**term**calculation is then found by combining the fatigue damage from all short -**term**sea - states : The long -**term**distribution of response maxima is then obtained by amalgamating ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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