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desired quantities at a given wave phase (Faltinsen and Demirbilek 1989). In the second, pressure, velocity,
and acceleration spectra are estimated by applying linear theory to translate the surface elevation spectra to
the desired parameter (Dean and Dalrymple 1991). Finally, the random wave simulation technique may be
used to synthetically generate a surface time history and corresponding kinematic and dynamic properties
(Borgman 1990). Of the three methods, the last may provide the most realistic results, but it is also the most
complex approach. These methods lie beyond the CEM and generally require the assistance of a
knowledgeable oceanographic engineer.
II-1-4. References and Bibliography
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Barthel et al. 1983
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