## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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The first order surface is linear in the sense that the individual sinusoids can be

The first order surface is linear in the sense that the individual sinusoids can be

**added**together to describe a directionally spread and dispersive surface . Once the waves have finite amplitude , however , the free surface boundary ...Page 105

The mass matrix contains uncertainties that arise mainly from

The mass matrix contains uncertainties that arise mainly from

**added**masses due to structure - water interactions and the structural mass . The mass of the deck is also assumed to be uncertain because of its variation during a service ...Page 218

... spectrum that described fetch - limited waves very well using £ ve parameters ( fp , Oj , Vj , Oa and Ob ) : SV ) = Qjg ? 20 ) -48-5exp exp Y ; 2027 " ( 1 ) plitude of laboratory wind waves when longer ( swell ) waves are

... spectrum that described fetch - limited waves very well using £ ve parameters ( fp , Oj , Vj , Oa and Ob ) : SV ) = Qjg ? 20 ) -48-5exp exp Y ; 2027 " ( 1 ) plitude of laboratory wind waves when longer ( swell ) waves are

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