## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic EngineeringAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1994 - Arctic regions |

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The wave height enhancement factors are

measurement assuming a 2-D and a 3-D seastate, respectively. The seastates

are

spreading ...

The wave height enhancement factors are

**determined**at the position ofmeasurement assuming a 2-D and a 3-D seastate, respectively. The seastates

are

**determined**by a JONSWAP spectrum with y = 3.3 and s = 1 in the directionalspreading ...

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e” dx = (n-1)! (5) The method of moments is based on the fact that knowing mi, u,

and u, the parameters A, B and C can be

procedure to the expression: r( + #)-r( + ') r( + #). *( + ') |13 C C C C - - (6) 1 1.5 |12

| ( 2 ) ...

e” dx = (n-1)! (5) The method of moments is based on the fact that knowing mi, u,

and u, the parameters A, B and C can be

**determined**applying an iterationprocedure to the expression: r( + #)-r( + ') r( + #). *( + ') |13 C C C C - - (6) 1 1.5 |12

| ( 2 ) ...

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AN (10) Alternatively the crack width extension can be

function (see point 6). 5. The number of cycles has to be increased with AN: N1.1

= N + AN (11) 6. The crack dimensions have to be increased with the crack ...

AN (10) Alternatively the crack width extension can be

**determined**with a forcingfunction (see point 6). 5. The number of cycles has to be increased with AN: N1.1

= N + AN (11) 6. The crack dimensions have to be increased with the crack ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

Load Control Method and Its Realization on an OWC Wave Power Converter | 19 |

Nonlinearity in CrestTrough Statistics of Bretschneider Seas | 27 |

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