By Jack B. Evett, Cheng Liu

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19) In the time-domain analysis, the maximum wave height H,, is the largest value of the wave heights in a record. 20) In the time-domain analysis, the mean zero-upcrossingperiod TOv2 is defined as the total length of time divided by the number of zero upcrossings in the record. The mean crest period T,,,is calculated as the total length of time divided by the number of crests in the record. 5. 5 Six Degree of Freedom Motion of Ships and Floating Systems (Charkrabarti, 1987) Once the data describing the sea-states encountered by a ship during its lifetime is available, the wave-induced loads on the ship structure and the ship response to such loads may be calculated.

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1955), “Investigation of Ship Motions in regular Waves”, Trans. SNAME, 63,386-435. 17. S. and Salvesen, N. (1997), ‘Wonlinear Predictions of Ship Motions and Wave Loads for Structural Analysis”, O W . 18. 245-266. 19. Ochi, M. K. (1978), “Wave Statistics for the Design of Ships and Ocean Structures”, Trans. SNAME, 86. 20. Pedersen, P. Terndrup (1983), “Beam Model for Torsional-Bending Response of Ship Hulls”, Trans. RINA, Vol. 171-182. 21. Pierson, W. J. (1952), “A Unified Mathematical Theory for the Analysis of Propagation and Refraction of Storm-Generated Ocean Surface Waves, Part I and 11”, New York University.

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