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Numerical Computations for a Nonlinear Free Surface Problem in Shallow Water

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K. J. Bai, J. H. Kyoung

Seoul National University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

J. W. Kim

American Bureau of Shipping, Houston, TX 77079e-mail: JangKim@eagle.org

J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng 125(1), 33-40 (Feb 28, 2003) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1537723 History: Received March 01, 2002; Revised September 01, 2002; Online February 28, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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A sketch of dry and wet bottoms
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Sketch of the second computed model. The z-axis is against the gravity.
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(a) Contour plot and wave profile at Fh=1.5 in the case of (1) in Table 1; (b) Contour plot and wave profile at Fh=2.0 in the case of (1) in Table 1; (c) Contour plot and wave profile at Fh=2.5 in the case of (1) in Table 1
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(a) Contour plot and wave profile at Fh=1.5 in the case of (3) in Table 1; (b) Contour plot and wave profile at Fh=1.5 in the case of (4) in Table 1
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(a) Contour plot and wave profile at Fh=1.5 in the case of (1) in Table 1; (b) Contour plot and wave profile at Fh=1.5 in the case of (3) in Table 1
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Experimental equipment (Side-view, Top-view)
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Picture of the experiments with the width of 0.05 m and draft of 0.02 m at Fh=2.0
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Picture of the experiments with the width of 0.10 m and draft of 0.02 m at Fh=1.9
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Picture of the experiments with the width of 0.15 m and draft of 0.02 m at Fh=1.85
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Picture of the experiments with the width of 0.20 m and draft of 0.02 m at Fh=1.8

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