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Nonlinear Wave Calculations for Engineering Applications

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George Z. Forristall

Shell Global Solutions International, 2280 AB Rijswijk, The Netherlandse-mail: g.forristall@siep.shell.com

J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng 124(1), 28-33 (Sep 13, 2001) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1423912 History: Received August 03, 2000; Revised September 13, 2001
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Normalized crest height ratios for mean JONSWAP spectra. The spectral steepness is 0.01 for the bottom pair of curves and 0.07 for the top pair.
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Conventional and phase modulation solutions for a short wave on a long wave. The solid line shows the first order solution, the dashed line the conventional second order solution, and the line with dots the phase modulation solution.
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Comparison of measured and predicted horizontal velocities 0.1 m above mean water level in a two dimensional laboratory experiment
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Horizontal and vertical velocity at the wave surface near an extreme crest. Dots are from the numerical wave tank solution and the lines are from the Creamer transform.
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Horizontal velocities under the crest of a 26 m, 13.5 sec. wave in 44 m water depth

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