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

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The transfer functions between the pitch response and wave

analyzing pitch motion. If a response is linear with respect to its input (i.e., wave

height or wave

The transfer functions between the pitch response and wave

**slope**were used foranalyzing pitch motion. If a response is linear with respect to its input (i.e., wave

height or wave

**slope**), the transfer function is independent of the magnitude of ...Page 226

The

change in cylinder frequency. Note that the curve is generally flat (zero

but there are two areas with positive

The

**slope**of the line in Figure 5.6 represents change in shedding frequency withchange in cylinder frequency. Note that the curve is generally flat (zero

**slope**),but there are two areas with positive

**slope**. The first occurs when the cylinder ...Page 176

Generally, the negative reciprocal

deterministic while A is a random variable accounting for uncertainties. If the

fracture mechanics method is used instead of S-N approach, then m is the

negative reciprocal ...

Generally, the negative reciprocal

**slope**of S-N curve m is thought to bedeterministic while A is a random variable accounting for uncertainties. If the

fracture mechanics method is used instead of S-N approach, then m is the

negative reciprocal ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

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