2 edition of **Finite amplitude deep water waves** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1978** .

Written in English

- Water waves.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Robert Edward. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | [14], 161 leaves, bound : |

Number of Pages | 161 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL14229640M |

Gravity Waves Boundary Conditions (Bgcb) Gravity Waves on an Infinitely Deep Ocean (Bgcc) Gravity Waves on an Finite-Depth Ocean (Bgcd) Standing Waves (Bgce) Gravity Waves at Vertical Boundaries (Bgcf) Finite Amplitude Waves (Bpb) Hydraulic Jumps (Bpc) Frictionless Flow (Bpd) The Effect of Friction (Bpe) The Shallow Water Wave Equations. The parameter regime for the finite amplitude transition to instability is described for marginally unstable super critical frictional abyssal overflows where there is weak coupling between the overflow and gravest-mode internal gravity waves in the overlying water column. for deep water replacement in marginal seas (e.g., [7]) and the Author: G. E. Swaters. SMALL AMPLITUDE WAVE THEORY 5 L= wave length T=wave period σ=angular frequency=2π/T C=wave speed (celerity) H=wave height a= amplitude of wave (H/2)=horizontal excursion of water particle η=instantaneous surface water elevation d= local water depth Figure: Definition of progressive surface wave parameters u and w =The horizontal and vertical.

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