Joint Distributions of Successive Wave Crest Heights and Successive Wave Trough Depths for Second-Order Nonlinear Waves
Joint distributions of successive wave crest heights and successive wave trough depths for nonlinear waves are presented. Two different approaches are used in order to derive the probability distributions. The first method includes the effect of second-order Stokestype nonlinearity on successive wave statistics in finite water depth, and the second method is a parametric model only for crest heights based on second-order simulations. The theoretical distributions are compared with observed wave data obtained from field measurements in the central North Sea.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 September 2002
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