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

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the transfer function, or Response

the transfer function are used to analyze the ... If a periodic

more than one frequency, the instantaneous

the transfer function, or Response

**Amplitude**Operator (RAO), and the phase ofthe transfer function are used to analyze the ... If a periodic

**wave**form containsmore than one frequency, the instantaneous

**amplitudes**and instantaneous ...Page 95

... of draft 6 m is exposed to regular incident waves with wave period T=8.0

seconds and various

small amplitude motion model of which body surface is not a moving boundary,

while ...

... of draft 6 m is exposed to regular incident waves with wave period T=8.0

seconds and various

**wave amplitudes**ao=0.15 ... One of our numerical models issmall amplitude motion model of which body surface is not a moving boundary,

while ...

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SinceEw-pgal/2 and C »c/2»o/2k, one can obtain « -f ALo'k)i (21) which allows us

to calculate the

the ...

SinceEw-pgal/2 and C »c/2»o/2k, one can obtain « -f ALo'k)i (21) which allows us

to calculate the

**wave amplitude**variation a , given the unperturbed**wave****amplitude**, a,"l, wave number, kj, which would be equal to 1.0 if u and v =0, andthe ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

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