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

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WIND

generate the turbulent wind forces. The Harris fluctuating wind

characterized as follows. The fluctuating wind force

(0 ...

WIND

**SPECTRUM**In this study, the Harris wind**spectrum**was selected togenerate the turbulent wind forces. The Harris fluctuating wind

**spectrum**ischaracterized as follows. The fluctuating wind force

**spectrum**is then given as: Sw(0 ...

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The enhancement factor of the significant wave height is then computed point-by-

point in the horizontal plane by determining the transfer function T"(f) (

enhancement factor) for each wavelet in the (undisturbed) wave

significant ...

The enhancement factor of the significant wave height is then computed point-by-

point in the horizontal plane by determining the transfer function T"(f) (

enhancement factor) for each wavelet in the (undisturbed) wave

**spectrum**. Thesignificant ...

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{xd^^t-T^t-T^-x'd-r,))}) Then its cross-bi

n,.oj (19) 3.EXPERIMENTS The aim of the model test was to measure the

frequency response function as a verification of the theoretical calculation. The

model ...

{xd^^t-T^t-T^-x'd-r,))}) Then its cross-bi

**spectrum**is: 0,U>, 0,-0. (17) (18) Then: c;(n,.oj (19) 3.EXPERIMENTS The aim of the model test was to measure the

frequency response function as a verification of the theoretical calculation. The

model ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

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