## 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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where s is the directional spreading index , 2 . is the mean

( s ) is set such that the total

The directional spreading index and the mean

where s is the directional spreading index , 2 . is the mean

**wave**direction , and C( s ) is set such that the total

**wave**energy within the spectrum remains constant .The directional spreading index and the mean

**wave**direction are obtained from ...Page 1107

specific wind speed was achieved . The wind loads have been determined as the

mean load from a continuous measurement period of 60 seconds ( model scale

time ) . Table 2 . List of

specific wind speed was achieved . The wind loads have been determined as the

mean load from a continuous measurement period of 60 seconds ( model scale

time ) . Table 2 . List of

**waves**for model tests .**Wave**Type H2**Wave**No . TpT T2 ...Page 1111

A comparison of the measured responses in these tests allows the effects of

on vessel motions are considered . The results from fourteen of the test cases

have ...

A comparison of the measured responses in these tests allows the effects of

**wave**spreading to be determined . In the following the effects of**wave**spreadingon vessel motions are considered . The results from fourteen of the test cases

have ...

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