## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 16, Parts 2-3American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1997 - Arctic regions |

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... repeat the same procedures step 1 ) ~ 5 to

and the optimal solution : ambm ; ( m = 0 ... then for any arbitrary chosen

frequency s , the resultant directional spectrum

methods ...

... repeat the same procedures step 1 ) ~ 5 to

**obtain**the optimal model order Mand the optimal solution : ambm ; ( m = 0 ... then for any arbitrary chosen

frequency s , the resultant directional spectrum

**obtained**by various estimationmethods ...

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Each hydrodynamic pressure component can be

Bessel series expansion . First , the incident hydrodynamic pressure is

in close form for horizontally traveling seismic waves in the free field . Then , both

...

Each hydrodynamic pressure component can be

**obtained**by using Fourier -Bessel series expansion . First , the incident hydrodynamic pressure is

**obtained**in close form for horizontally traveling seismic waves in the free field . Then , both

...

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distributions were approximated by a continuous function of a , as follows : AK = L

, : g = 1,8 ( 49 ) va ( sement ( 7 ) where , Figure 7 shows examples of the stress

distributions thus

distributions were approximated by a continuous function of a , as follows : AK = L

, : g = 1,8 ( 49 ) va ( sement ( 7 ) where , Figure 7 shows examples of the stress

distributions thus

**obtained**for the positions of H88 and T182 in CK1 - Joint .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

SPECTRAL MODELLING OF WAVES | 1 |

RISK ANALYSIS | 33 |

PROBABILISTIC MODELLING OF WAVES | 99 |

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