## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1, Parts 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2004 - Arctic regions |

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X X X2 0 Y 0 ( 18 ) dX , dtx where the

given by მ n , მ n -CH ( X , 4 ) + ov = 2 X. -R ( x , on + mg- , sin ( .X ) ni X , - ( I

utlan ) 72 172 n2 The

m2 ...

X X X2 0 Y 0 ( 18 ) dX , dtx where the

**corresponding**Fokker - Planck equation isgiven by მ n , მ n -CH ( X , 4 ) + ov = 2 X. -R ( x , on + mg- , sin ( .X ) ni X , - ( I

utlan ) 72 172 n2 The

**corresponding**Fokker - Planck equation is given by andm2 ...

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... may be important regarding ship rolling even though the significant wave

height is not that extreme , i.e. sea states consisting of both a wind sea system

and a swell system typically

.

... may be important regarding ship rolling even though the significant wave

height is not that extreme , i.e. sea states consisting of both a wind sea system

and a swell system typically

**corresponding**to different directions of propagations.

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Extremes

Eq . ( 16 ) through interpolation . Since we here are concerned with the very

upper tail , it is mainly in the vicinity of the design point that we need an accurate

...

Extremes

**corresponding**to a given annual probability can then be estimated fromEq . ( 16 ) through interpolation . Since we here are concerned with the very

upper tail , it is mainly in the vicinity of the design point that we need an accurate

...

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