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Notice that in this case the ordinate of |H(ω)|2 , it is the square of the bending moment per unit wave amplitude, ζ . In general, the RAOs can be obtained either from calculations using the equations of motion of the ship or by towing tank experiment. Each of these will be discussed brieﬂy in the following paragraphs. The general dynamic equations of motion of a vessel in regular waves can be obtained by applying Newton’s law of motion for a rigid body. If the origin is taken at the center of gravity of the body, then F= d (m · V ) dt (52) M= d (I · ω) dt (53) where V = velocity vector F = force vector m= mass M = moment acting on the body ω = angular velocity vector I = moment of Inertia about the coordinate axes The ﬁrst of these equations gives the three force equations in the x, y, and z directions (surge, sway, and heave equations).
The semi-empirical method treats these pseudo transfer functions, which are valid only for the speciﬁc wave heights that characterize the seaway, as linear RAOs, and proceed in the standard way to obtain the extreme value as for the linear system. For all the aforementioned approaches, validation that the statistical predictions be compared with results from consistent statistical methods applied to the continuous time signal of the response is needed. 6 Short-Term Extreme Values in Stationary Seas.
This means that independent random variables must necessarily be also uncorrelated (the converse is not necessarily true). Note that when t2 = t1 , the covariance becomes equal to the variance and the autocorrelation becomes equal to the mean square. Random ocean waves are usually considered a stationary random process over a short period (less than three hours). A random process is said to be stationary if its distributions are invariant under a shift of time scale, that is, independent of the origin.