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

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( 1973 ) proposed the JONSWAP

( 1973 ) proposed the JONSWAP

**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 ...Page 224

Kitaigorodskii , S. A. , On the Theory of the Equilibrium Range in the

Kitaigorodskii , S. A. , On the Theory of the Equilibrium Range in the

**Spectrum**of Wind - Generated Gravity Waves , Journal of Physical Oceanography , 13 , 816-827 , 1983 . Kitaigorodskii , S. A. , Applications of the Theory of ...Page 395

S ( w + aw ) . dw The response

S ( w + aw ) . dw The response

**spectrum**of the system motion is then : SR ( AW ) = 2 R2Aw ) . STP ( W , Aw ) . Sw ) . SW + Aw ) . dw where R is the transfer function of the system that , in first approximation , can be characterised by ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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