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two-dimensional lake wave prediction system
David J Schwab
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories in [Washington, D.C.?]
Written in English
|Statement||David J. Schwab, John R. Bennett, Edward W. Lynn|
|Series||NOAA technical memorandum ERL GLERL -- 51|
|Contributions||Bennett, John R, Lynn, Edward W, Environmental Research Laboratories (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
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Get this from a library. A two-dimensional lake wave prediction system. [David J Schwab; John R Bennett; Edward W Lynn; Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory,] -- This report describes a series of computer programs that can be used to forecast wave height, period, and direction for any part of the Great Lakes.
The programs only require the user to specify the. Get this from a library. A two-dimensional lake wave prediction system. [David J Schwab; John R Bennett; Edward W Lynn; Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory.].
A Two-Dimensional Lake Wave Prediction System David J. Schwab, John R. Bennett and Edward W. Lynn National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA GLERL Contribution No. Cited by: 2.
A TWO-DIMENSIONAL LAKE WAVE PREDICTION SYSTEM* David J. Schwab, John R. Bennett, and Edward W. Lynn This report describes a series of computer programs that can be used to forecast wave height, period, and direction for any part of the Great Lakes.
The programs only require the user to specify the overlake wind forecast. INTRODUCTION. A two-dimensional lake wave prediction system. Ann Arbor, Mich: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory.
MLA Citation. Schwab, David J. and Bennett, John R. and Lynn, Edward W. and Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory. Introduction. Rogue waves refer to extremely large oceanic surface waves. As a result of their devastating impact on marine systems, such as ships and offshore platforms, rogue waves have been the subject of numerous theoretical, experimental and numerical studies.Most studies concern the frequency and statistics of rogue wave occurrence for a given sea state (see, e.g.,,).Cited by: Great Lakes Wave Prediction System: From Refined to Probabilistic Forecasts.
Natacha B. Bernier, Benoit Pouliot, J.-H.G.M. Alves, M. Lépine. development of a two-dimensional wave model based on the extended boussinesq equations man chuanjian (b. eng., tsinghua) a thesis submitted for the degree of master of engineering department of civl engineering national university of singapore File Size: 1MB.
The equation for the displacement associated with a plane sine wave in three dimensions at some instant in time is h(x,y,z) = sin(kx) = sin(k xx+k yy +k zz). () Since wave fronts are lines or surfaces ofconstant phase, the equation deﬁning a wave front is simply k x = const.
In the two dimensional case we simply set k z = 0. Therefore File Size: KB. The 2D wave equation Separation of variables Superposition Examples Remarks: For the derivation of the wave equation from Newton’s second law, see exercise As in the one dimensional situation, the constant c has the units of velocity.
It is given by c2 = τ ρ, where τ is the tension per unit length, and ρ is mass density. The File Size: KB. In the article The waves and the ation of wave characteristics, I reviewed how with the wave period you can try to estimate its speed.I also mentioned fully developed sea term - i.e.
the wave that achieved its maximum properties with the current wind. Such a wave is in equilibrium by energy - how much energy transformed by wind and as much is spent.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Two‐dimensional wave slope spectra have been measured in the large Delft wind‐wave facility using an imaging optical technique and digital image processing.
The data cover wavelengths from to 24cm and wind speeds (U 10) from to ms −1. Comparison of a Two-Dimensional Wave Prediction Model with Synoptic Measurements in Lake MichiganCited by: Abstract: We consider the problem of large wave prediction in two-dimensional water waves.
Such waves form due to the synergistic effect of dispersive mixing of smaller wave groups and the action of localized nonlinear wave interactions that leads to by: The focus of this study is to analyze the effect of bottom topography and local wave characteristics for the prediction of depth-induced wave breaking by considering two recent alternative.
The forecast system starts with Environment Canada’s km GEM-LAM mesoscale atmospheric model. The hour wind forecast is used to drive a sequence of wave and current models, as follows.
The wave field is first forecast over a 1-km grid of the entire Strait of Georgia / Juan de Fuca Strait using a parametric model (Donelan, ).File Size: 1MB. A two-dimensional lake wave prediction system.
Published Date: Series: NOAA technical memorandum ERL GLERL ; 51 [PDF MB] Viewer; Details; Supporting Files; Related Documents; You May Also Like; Details: Personal Author: Schwab, David J.
Title: Comparison of two-dimensional wave prediction model with synoptic measur ements in Lake Michigan. Author: Liu, Schwab, and Bennett Created Date. A two-dimensional lake wave prediction system by: Schwab, David J.
Published: () Four-dimensional model assimilation of data a strategy for the earth system sciences / Published: (). A parametric dynamical wave prediction model has been adapted and tested against semianalytic empirical results for steady conditions in a circular basin and extensive fiel Application of a simple numerical wave prediction model to Lake Erie.
David J. Schwab. Search for more papers by this author (at two points in the lake) and Cited by: Wave Equation on a Two Dimensional Rectangle In these notes we are concerned with application of the method of separation of variables applied to the wave equation in a two dimensional rectangle.
Thus we consider u tt = c2 (u xx(x,y,t)+u yy(x,y,t)), t > 0, (x,y) ∈ [0,a]×[0,b], (1)File Size: KB.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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