## 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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The orbital spectra simply have two spectral

ky and k2 . The wave steepness is defined as Ej = kiv2A ( ki ) k , for i = 1,2 , and

where ok is the width of the spectral

...

The orbital spectra simply have two spectral

**components**for the wave numbersky and k2 . The wave steepness is defined as Ej = kiv2A ( ki ) k , for i = 1,2 , and

where ok is the width of the spectral

**components**. For small steepness values , A...

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When the direction of longitudinal

degree of O and the directions of wave have varied as it is seen in figure 10 , the

resultant displacement responses of studied platform at node16 ( Refer to ...

When the direction of longitudinal

**component**of earthquake was applied with thedegree of O and the directions of wave have varied as it is seen in figure 10 , the

resultant displacement responses of studied platform at node16 ( Refer to ...

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... other hand , the non - linear terms in the second - order dynamic free surface

boundary condition that involve only the first - order potential did account

correctly for some observed non - linear spatial and temporal

run - up .

... other hand , the non - linear terms in the second - order dynamic free surface

boundary condition that involve only the first - order potential did account

correctly for some observed non - linear spatial and temporal

**components**of therun - up .

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