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Title: On the growth of ocean waves
Authors: Paul C. Liu;Chen-Han Tsai;Hsuan S. Chen
Contributors: NTOU:Department of Marine Environmental Informatics
國立臺灣海洋大學:海洋環境資訊系
Keywords: Ocean waves;Ocean wave growth processes;Time-frequency analysis
Date: 2007-07
Issue Date: 2011-10-20T08:23:14Z
Publisher: Ocean Engineering
Abstract: abstract:The availability of 10 h of continuous, uninterrupted field measurements of wind waves recorded in the western Pacific and containing a complete wave growth episode, has provided a distinct opportunity for us to make a novel, unprecedented examination of detailed wave growth processes. We found that the significance of the size of data used in the measurement, which can only be addressed with continuous and uninterrupted measurements, reflected the ineptness of the conventional approach toward further detailed understanding of realistic wave growth processes, as the conventional 20 min data size essentially stamped out any dynamics with time scale below 20 min. While our conventional understanding and modeling were generally operative and useful, they left no real vestige on time localized mechanisms such as wave grouping or wave breaking processes all with time scales much less than 20 min.
Relation: 34(10), pp.1472–1480
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/25438
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