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The main period parameter obtainable from a wave spectrum is the peak period Tp defined as the inverse of the peak frequency fp. The period parameters defined by the zero-upcrossing (or zero-downcrossing)method such as T1l3cannot be derived from a wave spectrum theoretically. Their relationship with Tp must be established on the basis of many field data or by means Statwtid Properties and Speetm of Sea Waves 43 of numerical simulations. 14 As the spectral peak becomes sharp, the differences between various wave period parameters become small and these periods approach the peak period Tp.
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