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Linearized long wave, numerical model of the Hawaiian Islands.

E. N. Bernard

Linearized long wave, numerical model of the Hawaiian Islands.

by E. N. Bernard

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Published by Hawaii Institute of Geophysics, University of Hawaii in Honolulu .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tsunamis -- North Pacific Ocean -- Mathematical models.,
  • Ocean waves -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesHIG ; 75-13, NOAA-JTRE ; 136, HIG (Series) -- 75-13.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination45 p. :
    Number of Pages45
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22066200M

    Wave Model - Hawaii Surf Height Mouse-over or tap image to expose Control Buttons to stop, step forward or step back through the images. Tap away from the image to hide controls. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Inserted into the linearized surface boundary conditions (9) one obtains the equations iωA+ktanh(kh)C= 0 and (g+k2 T ρ)A−iωC= 0 The condition for existence of a plane wave solution (i.e. a nonzero solution Aand C) then becomes ω2 = (gk+ T ρ k3)tanh(kh) (10) This relation between the frequency ωand the wave number kis called the.

    This work derives such boundary conditions, based on the Laplace transform solution of the linearized problems at + or - infinity. The authors illustrate their utility by presenting a numerical solution of Fisher's equation, a nonlinear parabolic equation with traveling wave solutions which has been proposed as a model in genetics. Numerical modeling of low-frequency wave dynamics over a fringing coral reef Ap Van Dongeren a,⁎, Ryan Lowe b, Andrew Pomeroy a,b,d, Duong Minh Trang a,c, Dano Roelvink a,c, Graham Symonds e, Roshanka Ranasinghe c,d a Deltares, P.O Box , MH, Delft, The Netherlands b The University of Western Australia, School of Earth and Environment and .

    As they near the Hawaiian Islands, a network of buoys around the islands records their open ocean characteristics and this data becomes the basis for local surf forecasts. Basic Wave Relations Ocean surface waves are described by wave height, wave length, and wave period. 3! transfer!of!momentum!and!consequently!to!changes!in!the!atmospheric!boundary!layer! height.!Nevertheless,!most!studies!have!emphasized!the!atmospheric!response!to.


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