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Nonrandom behavior in field wave spectra and its effect on grouping of high waves

by Edward F. Thompson

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Published by U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers, Coastal Engineering Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Fort Belvoir, Va, Springfield, Va .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Edward F. Thompson
SeriesTechnical report -- no. 82-2
ContributionsCoastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Pagination110 p. :
Number of Pages110
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24359158M
OCLC/WorldCa8966719

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BHL works best Cited by: 4. Nonrandom behavior in field wave spectra and its effect on grouping of high waves. Fort Belvoir, Virginia: U.S. Army Coastal Engineering Research Center ; Springfield, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, Operations Division, Nonrandom behavior in field wave spectra and its effect on grouping of high waves (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edward F Thompson.

Nonrandom behavior in field wave spectra and its effect on grouping of high waves / by Edward F. Thompson. By Edward F. Thompson and Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.) Topics: Fourier transformations, Spectrum analysis, Water wavesAuthor: Edward F.

Thompson. Nonrandom behavior in field wave spectra and its effect on grouping of high waves / By Edward F. Thompson and Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.) Topics: Fourier transformations, Spectrum analysis, Water waves.

Regular and Irregular Waves. Ocean waves are almost always irregular or random. Irregular waves can be viewed as the superposition of a number of regular waves (wave components) with different frequencies and amplitudes.

A regular wave (wave component) has a single frequency (wavelength) and amplitude (height).File Size: KB. The function signifies the "density of waves" around the wavenumber since the part of the sum to the left having wavenumbers in the area around is just.

The function may also be called the variance density of the wave field for the obvious reason (Note the shorthand notation for the integral). Typical Wave Spectra Researchers have studying ocean waves have proposed several formulation for wave spectra dependent on a a number of parameters (such as wind speed, fetch, or modal frequency).

These formulations are very useful in the absence of measured data, but they can be subject to geographical and seasonal limitations.

The first attempt to analyze the long-term variability of sea wave spectra was made by Scott [14]. The average wave spectra were computed using wave records at OWS “I” in the North Atlantic. Buckley [1] analyzed more than 2 million spectra that were measured during 12 years at 13 buoys located in coastal waters of the USA.

AllCited by: 2. Wave or particle. • In its wave nature, light can bend, just like when sound waves bend and spread out when passing through an open door. We call this bending refraction and diffraction. • We’re going to concentrate on light’s wave Size: KB.

It is shown below how the group-induced long waves can be applied as a measure of wave grouping, and also lead to an average group length, etc. The long waves can be considered a result of the radiation stress.

This was shown by Longuet-Higgins and Stewart () in the case of regular wave by: Nonlinear four wave interactions and Freak Waves Peter A.E.M.

Janssen E.C.M.W.F., Shinfield Park, Reading, U.K. ([email protected]) Four-wave interactions are shown to play an important role in the. integrates the impact of the cell along its trajectory. The impact of wind energy on individual waves in a group increases significantly for those waves, that propagate with the speed of the wind field.

In this case the wind energy input with a strongest value occurs into the same wave group and can cause the strong growth of the local wave height.

measuring the Doppler spectra of HF (high-frequency) radio wave scattering from the sea surface. Moreover, if the theory of the HF radio wave scattering from the sea surface is verified, so is the second-order perturbation theory for bound waves.

Then, the contributions of bound waves to ocean wave spectra are investigated on. Reflection and transmission of ocean wave spectra by a band of ice dynamics are entirely governed by wave-scattering effects.

The model is applied to characterize the and others, ). The approach is new for water waves travelling through an ice field and is particularly efficacious,Cited by: 6. Overview of ocean wave statistics 22 equally spaced delta series. The spectrum is therefore the convolution product of the true spectrum by a delta series with 1/ ∆t frequency interval, which leads to a mirroring effect and the superposition of energy at the frequencies near the Nyquist frequency.

This paper represents a comparative analysis of the occurrence of wave grouping in field storm waves and laboratory waves with similar power spectra and wave height distribu- tion. Two wave patterns -- runs of waves and jumps in wave heights -- which have significant influence on the impact on coastal structures were included in the analysis of Cited by: Radio waves ; Ultraviolet ; Explanation; A wave is a transmission of a disturbance from one place, the source to another.

Waves can be classified as mechanical waves or electromagnetic waves depending on the requirement of a material medium.

Mechanical waves are those waves that require a material medium for transmission, they include, sound. Behavior of a Moored LNG Ship in Swell Waves. field studies of the behavior moored ships and its influence over critical situations, accidental events, and mooring breakage have not been.

The Elfouhaily et al. Directional Gravity-Capillary Wave Spectrum In order to model two-dimensional sea surfaces, we need a 2-D wave elevation variance spectrum that describes the distribution of wave variance for waves propagating in difference numerical examples of 2-D sea surfaces to be seen on the following pages use the 2-D elevation variance spectrum of Elfouhaily et al.A wave that appears to stand in one place, even though it is really two waves interfering as they pass through each other.

What is resonance? The increase in amplitude of vibration that occurs when external vibrations match an objects natural frequency.Uni-directional waves with a white noise spectrum over a frequency range Hz to Hz are used.

The significant wave height at laboratory scale is mm, so it is a very mild and broad-banded sea state. The white noise wave field.