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Nonlinear Dynamics of Ocean Waves
by World Scientific Pub Co Inc
Written in English
|Contributions||S. E. Ramberg (Editor), A. Brandt (Editor), Shlesinger M. F. (Editor), Michael F. Shlesinger (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||228|
dispersion relation for ocean waves, which is introduced and ex-plained in chapter 1. principle of wave superposition, which is explained and illustrated in chapters 2 and 3. Strictly speaking, these two postulates apply only to ocean waves of very small amplitude. Nevertheless, a great many useful facts may be deduced. The possible realistic mechanisms responsible for their formation can be simply classified as either resulting from the natural superposition of nonlinear waves [2,3] or from the instability of.
Abstract. Nonlinear dynamics of surface and internal waves in a stratified ocean under the influence of the Earth's rotation is discussed. Attention is focussed upon guided waves long compared to the ocean by: Experiments and theory have rapidly progressed on nonlinear optical extreme waves, showing that guided wave nonlinear optics and fiber lasers provide a relatively simple, accessible and controllable test bed for the observations and accurate statistical studies of extreme wave phenomena that obey the same universal rules, which apply to a large ensemble of different .
will be summarized, and ﬂuid mechanics examples of nonlinear water waves and turbulence data will be used to illustrate the use of this method to interprete the dynamics of these phenomena. As the new method became available only recently, it is necessary to give a summary of it and describe some recent improvements to it here. Huang. Fenton, J.D. () Numerical Methods for Nonlinear Waves, in Advances in Coastal and Ocean Engineering, Vol. 5, ed. P.L.-F. Liu, pp, World Scientiﬁc: Singapore. Numerical methods for nonlinear waves John D. Fenton Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The University of Melbourne,Cited by:
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