2 edition of Spectral Boussinesq modelling of random waves found in the catalog.
Spectral Boussinesq modelling of random waves
Y. S. Won
by Delft University of Technology, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Fluid Mechanics Group in [Delft]
Written in English
|Statement||Y.S. Won and J.A. Battjes.|
|Series||Communications on hydraulic and geotechnical engineering -- report no. 93-2., Communications on hydraulic and geotechnical engineering -- no. 93-2.|
|Contributions||Battjes, J. A. 1939-, Technische Hogeschool Delft. Afdeling der Civiele Techniek.|
|LC Classifications||TC172 .W66 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 27 p.,  leaves of graphs :|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Spectral Boussinesq Modelling of Breaking Waves. Random waves passing over a shallow bar are considered, in particular the amplification of bound harmonics in shoaling water, their subsequent release in deepening water, and the role of wave by: 6.
Simulation of Water Waves by Boussinesq Models [Ge Wei] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. There are however two drawbacks in using nonlinear spectral models: a) The computational time involved when simulating the random wave field; the number of operations needed is O(N2) (N is the.
The spectral breaking term is incorporated in a set Spectral Boussinesq modelling of random waves book coupled evolution equations for complex Fourier amplitudes, based on ideal‐fluid Boussinesq equations for wave motion.
The model is used to predict the surface elevations from given complex Fourier amplitudes obtained from measured time records in laboratory experiments at the upwave boundary.
The model is also used, together with the assumption of random. In this paper, a wave-resolving time-dependent Boussinesq model is compared with waves and currents observed during five surf zone dye release experiments. A semi-implicit shallow-water and Boussinesq model has been developed to account for random wave breaking, impact and overtopping of steep sea walls including recurves.
At a given time breaking is said to occur if the wave height to water depth ratio for each individual wave exceeds a critical value of and the Boussinesq terms are simply switched by: T1 - Wave spectral modeling of multidirectional random waves in a harbor through combination of boundary integral of Helmholtz equation with Chebyshev point discretization.
AU - Kumar, Prashant. AU - Zhang, Huai. AU - Kim, Kwang Ik. AU - Shi, Yaolin. AU - Yuen, David A. PY - /2/5. Y1 - /2/5Cited by: In this paper, an accurate Chebyshev finite-spectral method for one-dimensional (1D) Boussinesq-type equations is proposed.
The method combines the advantages of both the finite-difference and spectral methods. The spatial derivatives in the governing equations can be calculated. Particle dispersion by random waves in the rotating Boussinesq system 3 providing random Gaussian initial conditions for an internal wave Þeld and then evolving the Þeld in time with the usual linear equations.
We restrict our analysis to Þelds with horizontally isotropic power spectra, which is a good starting point for internal waves in. Chapter 6 Lecture: Random Waves, Part 1 Up to now we have been considering linear monochromatic waves that propagate in the +x direc-tion, i.e., η(x,t)=acos(kx−ωt).
() However, monochromatic waves do not exist in the real ocean. Waves in the ocean can be though of as a superposition of a number of monochromatic waves each with their own File Size: KB. and it is found that the Boussinesq system predicts larger wave run-up than the shallow-water theory in the example treated in this paper.
It is also found that the ﬁnite ﬂuid domain has a signiﬁcant impact on the behavior of the wave run-up. Keywords: Surface waves, Boussinesq model, submarine landslides, wave run-up, tsunami. The wave field is simulated by a spectral wave model WABED, and the wave-induced current is solved by a quasi-three-dimensional model WINCM.
The surface roller effects are represented in the formulation of surface stress, and the roller characteristics are solved by a roller evolution by: 2. SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing > Vol Issue 1 > () A high-order spectral method for nonlinear water waves in the presence of a linear shear current.
Computers & FluidsA Whitham–Boussinesq long-wave model for variable topography. Wave Mot Cited by: An Introduction to Random Vibrations, Spectral & Wavelet and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.
Learn more An Introduction to Random Vibrations, Spectral & Wavelet Analysis: Third Edition (Dover Civil and Mechanical Engineering) Third EditionCited by: Detailed modelling of waves in ports, harbours and coastal areas is an integral part of a number of important tasks in port engineering and coastal engineering, for example for analysing operational and design conditions inside harbours.
Our Boussinesq wave module, MIKE 21 BW, is a unique tool for wave simulation. The Gaussian random wave model is assumed and hence no attempt to made to predict the phases of the spectral components ().
The second approach is termed phase resolving models. These models include both Mild Slope (Berkhoff, ; Radder, ; Kirby and Dalrymple, ) and Boussinesq models (Peregrine, ; Madsen et al, ).
James T. Kirby, Jr., Ph.D. Publications. Edited Proceedings. Kaliakin, V. N Q.,"Examining the low frequency predictions of a Boussinesq wave model", Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on M.,"Application of the spectral wave model SWAN in Delaware Bay", Research Report No.
CACR, Center for Applied. The Boussinesq equation is the first model of surface waves over shallow water that considers the nonlinearity and the dispersion and their interaction as a reason for wave stability, properly termed nowadays as the 'Boussinesq paradigm' (for details, see [28, 32]).Boussinesq  proved that the balance between the steepening effect of the nonlinearity and the flattening effect of the.
There are however two drawbacks in using nonlinear spectral models: a) The computational time involved when simulating the random wave field; the number of operations needed is O(N 2) (N is the number of frequency components) b) Spectral models are usually one-equation reduction of the two-equation time domain model, which does not then have the same characteristics of the original model.
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Therefore, this book provides a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art research and key achievements in numerical modeling of nonlinear water waves, and serves as a unique reference for postgraduates, researchers and senior engineers working in industry.Accurate modeling of energy dissipation mechanisms due to wave breaking in the frequency domain is an overdue task hampered by the facts that wave breaking is highly localized in time.
On the other hand, a spatially localized eddy viscosity formulation based on the mixing length hypothesis is capable of providing accurate predictions of wave Cited by: 2.The report documents a new version of the fully nonlinear Boussinesq wave model (FUN-WAVE) initially developed by Kirby et al.
(). The development of the present version was motivated by recent needs for modeling of surfzone-scale optical properties in a Boussinesq model framework, and modeling of tsunami waves in both a regional/coastal File Size: 1MB.