## 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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discretized into a finite number of wave components in both

direction in order to obtain the diffracted wave spectrum . In the present work , the

numbers of component

are ...

discretized into a finite number of wave components in both

**frequency**anddirection in order to obtain the diffracted wave spectrum . In the present work , the

numbers of component

**frequencies**and directions are denoted by E and F , andare ...

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Target Simulation 0.021 0.8 0.01 S ( f ) / Smar 0.6 S ( F ) / Smax 0.1 0.4 0.2 where

fp is the peak

parameters ( 12 s peak period and 8 m significant wave height ) have been ...

Target Simulation 0.021 0.8 0.01 S ( f ) / Smar 0.6 S ( F ) / Smax 0.1 0.4 0.2 where

fp is the peak

**frequency**and Hs the significant wave height . Typical sea - stateparameters ( 12 s peak period and 8 m significant wave height ) have been ...

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The calculated wave

are thus expected to be lower than the measured data Figure 13 shows the

calculated and measured standard deviation of wave

for ...

The calculated wave

**frequency**vessel surge motions in the irregular wave testsare thus expected to be lower than the measured data Figure 13 shows the

calculated and measured standard deviation of wave

**frequency**vessel motionsfor ...

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