## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1992 - Arctic regions |

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Now modes 9 , 10 and 11 are considered and the resultant ARMA ( 6,6 )

Now modes 9 , 10 and 11 are considered and the resultant ARMA ( 6,6 )

**spectrum**is determined . Figure 3b presents the ARMA ( 6,6 )**spectrum**which shows improvement compared with the ARMA ( 2,2 )**spectrum**. This shows that 4096 wave data ...Page 37

powers law ) . o is assumed to be the same value as the original JONSWAP

powers law ) . o is assumed to be the same value as the original JONSWAP

**spectrum**given by Hasselmann et al.® ) . Table 2 shows the values of F , with respect to each y . 4.2 Validity of -4 Powers Law The existence of an equilibrium ...Page 536

Transform Technique ; and Expected Wave Grouping

Transform Technique ; and Expected Wave Grouping

**Spectrum**. GF - MOEHT imo ( 3 ) where : 2.2.1 Smoothed Instantaneous Wave Energy History ( SIWEH ) GFH is the Groupiness Factor derived using the Hilbert transform technique , mort is the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 69 |

WaveCurrent Forces on Slender Circular Cylinder | 117 |

DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES | 127 |

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