1974, English, Article edition: SMALL AMPLITUDE SURFACE WAVES DUE TO A MOVING SOURCE TAYLER, A. B.; DRIESSCHE, P. VAN DEN

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  • SMALL AMPLITUDE SURFACE WAVES DUE TO A MOVING SOURCE
Author
  • TAYLER, A. B.
  • DRIESSCHE, P. VAN DEN
Published
  • Oxford University Press
  • 1974-08-01 00:00:00.0
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  • The ray method is applied to the linearized water-wave problem to obtain qualitative results about the wave structure far from a source of periodic strength, moving over a bottom of finite constant depth. The source is assumed to move in a straight line and both constant velocity and acceleration are considered. The results depend on whether the situation is sub- or supercritical, and critical conditions for the parameters involved are obtained and shown to be identical in both two- and three-dimensional situations. The effects of surface tension are also examined, and results given for the capillary wave over a sloping bottom in shallow water.
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