2 edition of **Time dependent wavemaker problem for linear waves** found in the catalog.

Time dependent wavemaker problem for linear waves

Julia M. Cooper

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- 9 Currently reading

Published
**1989**
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Written in English

- Boundary value problems.,
- Surface waves -- Mathematical models.,
- Wave makers -- Mathematical models.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Julia M. Cooper. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 35 leaves, bound : |

Number of Pages | 35 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL15172293M |

Many problems in naval hydrodynamics are fully non-linear. Well known examples include motions in rough seas, slamming, ship capsize etc. The fully non-linear . Ocean waves are generated and evolve in space and time, sometimes propagating over thousands of kilometres. Understanding these waves involves looking at the processes that drive them and determining their development including the energy removed from waves by wave breaking and white-capping, and nonlinear wave-wave interactions.

of frequency-dependent wave spectra and directional wave moments. In section 2, the W99 wavemaker and its application to generating monochromatic and random waves is presented. The set up and parameter space for a sequence of monochromatic, random uni-directional, and random directionally spread wave cases are described in Section by: 4. The spectral theory for a two-dimensional elastic plate floating on water of finite depth is developed (this reduces to a floating rigid body or a fixed body under certain limits). Two spectral theories are presented based on the first-order and second-order formulations of the problem. The first-order theory is valid only for a massless plate, while the second-order theory applies for a plate Cited by:

The basic property of equations describing dispersive waves is the existence of solutions representing uniform wave trains. In this paper a general theory is given for non-uniform wave trains whose amplitude, wave-number, etc., vary slowly in space and time, the length and time scales of the variation in amplitude, wave-number, etc., being large compared to the wavelength and by: Physics problems: waves. Part 1 Problem 1. A saxophone is playing a steady note of frequency Hz. The temperature in the room is 25 C. Suppose that at some instant the varying pressure at your eardrum is at a maximum. How far away in meters is the next pressure maximum? Solution. Problem 2.

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Because the oscillations are small the linear equations apply (which will be given formally below). This excitation creates plane progressive waves with amplitude [math] A \, [/math] down the tank.

The principal objective of wavemaker theory is to determine [math] A \, [/math] as a function of [math] \omega, f(z) \, [/math] and [math] h Next Chapter: Ship Kelvin Wake. Linearized Unsteady Problem 5 Linear Time-Harmonic Waves (the Water-Wave Problem) 10 Linear Ship Waves on Calm Water (the Neumann–Kelvin Problem) 15 1.

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Introduction. Numerous authors have contributed to the derivation of non-linear wavemaker theory for unidirectional waves.

Fontanet () was the first to present a complete second-order theory in Lagrangian coordinates for the waves produced by a sinusoidally moving plane wavemaker. Madsen () developed an approximate solution for suppression of spurious superharmonics in regular Cited by: Category:Time-Dependent Linear Water Waves.

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c where, F ± is the second order transfer function corresponding to sum and difference frequency terms. Whereas, d is the water depth. The transfer function G n m ± contains only bound waves due to interaction between first order wave components (which is Cited by: CHAPTER 15 Traveling Waves and Sound The Wave Model This model is based on the idea of a traveling wave, which is an organized disturbance traveling at a well-defined wave speed v.

• In transverse waves the particles of the medium move perpendicular File Size: KB. Whitham's book on linear (e.g., sine waves) and nonlinear (e.g., solitons and shocks) waves is a very thorough and well written narrative of the various manifestations of the fluctuations we call by: The limitations of the classical wavemaker theory motivated the development of a new equation that can directly predict both regular and broken waves based on the flap-type wavemaker setup.

This is achieved first by coupling a commonly accepted wave breaking formula with the linear wavemaker equation. Both these equations were then rewritten inFile Size: 1MB. Linear water waves A one-dimensional linear wave can be represented by Fourier components u = ℜ{Aexp(ikx −iωt)}, (1) where k is the wavenumber, ω is the frequency, and A is the amplitude.

Both ω and A may be functions of k. The linear wave dynamics are. the space-time correlation function of the ocean surface, and an assumption about linear wave theory. However, even very well known textbooks about waves confuse the wave spectrum and the spectrum of a stochastic surface.

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In electronics, the natural rhythmic oscillations of electric. The limitations of the classical wavemaker theory motivated the development of a new equation that can directly predict both regular and broken waves based on the flap-type wavemaker setup. G.B. Whitham Linear and Nonlinear Waves John Wiley & Sons Inc.

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Answer to show that the wave function is a solution to the linear wave equation, where b is a constantDoes anyone have a hint on.Evaluation of a source-function wavemaker for generating random directionally spread waves in the sea-swell band S.H.

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