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# Small Amplitude Wave Theory 1.0

Date Added: April 19, 2013  |  Visits: 265

Computing the main parameters of a Water wave, using the small amplitude wave theory.Inputs: d = water deep (m) H = wave height (m) T = wave period (s) z = depth below the SWL (m) anitime = time animation (s)Outputs: k = wave number sigma = Frecuency L = wave length C = wave phase velocity Cg = wave group velocity Energy = energy density Energy_flux = energy flux Sxx = Radiation stress (onshore) Syy = Radiation stress (longshore) steepness = wave steepness ursell = Ursell parameter eta = wave profile u, w = water particle velocity ax, az = water particle accelerations tseta, epsilon = water particle displacements p = subsurface pressureSyntax: Airy(h,H,T,z,anitime)Notes: none.Example:[k,sigma,L,C,Cg,Energy,Energy_flux,Sxx,Syy,ursell,steepness,eta,u,w,ax,az,tseta,epsilon,p] = SmallAmplitude(50,3,10,5,5);Referents: CERC. (1984). Shore Protection Manual. CERC. USA. Darlymple, R.G. and Dean R.A. (1999). Water Wave Mechanics for Engineers and Scientist. World Scientific. Singapure Le Mehuate, Bernard. (1976). An introduction to hidrodynamics and water waves. Springer-Verlag. USA. Sarawagi, T. (1995). Coastal Engineering-Waves, Beaches, Wave-Structure Interactions. Developments in Geotechnical Engineering, 78. Elservier. Netherlands.Programming: Gabriel Ruiz Martinez.UNAM 2006.

 Requirements: No special requirements Platforms: Matlab Keyword: Airyhhtzanitimenotes,  Bernard,  Darlymple,  Displacements,  Engineers,  Epsilon,  Geotechnical,  Manual,  Mechanics,  Mehuate,  Pressuresyntax,  Protection,  Scientific,  Scientist,  Shore,  Singapure,  Smallamplitude Referents,  Subsurface,  World Users rating: 0/10