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

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Table 1 List of

. The reason for choosing only 40 frequencies is storage and computing time

considerations. However, some detail computations involving 100 frequencies

give ...

Table 1 List of

**seastates**used in computations. spectrum from the 5 computations. The reason for choosing only 40 frequencies is storage and computing time

considerations. However, some detail computations involving 100 frequencies

give ...

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height H5 and corresponding peak periods Tp is fabricated. The wave height

enhancement factors are determined at the position of measurement assuming a

2-D and a 3-D

height H5 and corresponding peak periods Tp is fabricated. The wave height

enhancement factors are determined at the position of measurement assuming a

2-D and a 3-D

**seastate**, respectively. The**seastates**are determined by a JONS ...Page 290

In calm water and mild

main risk of contact comes during the transient overshoot motion of the DV due to

failure of one of its lines. If the calm-water clearance is fixed, the contact risk in

the ...

In calm water and mild

**seastates**(when the DV pull-back distance is zero), themain risk of contact comes during the transient overshoot motion of the DV due to

failure of one of its lines. If the calm-water clearance is fixed, the contact risk in

the ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

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