ESTIMATION OF MAXIMUM WAVE HEIGHTS BY WAVE SPECTRAL MODEL AND NONLINEAR WAVE THEORY

@inproceedings{Mori2014ESTIMATIONOM,
  title={ESTIMATION OF MAXIMUM WAVE HEIGHTS BY WAVE SPECTRAL MODEL AND NONLINEAR WAVE THEORY},
  author={Nobuhito Mori and Yusuke Takagi and Koji Kawaguchi and Hiroaki Kashima and Hajime Mase and Tomohiro Yasuda and Hiroaki Shimada},
  year={2014}
}
  • Nobuhito Mori, Yusuke Takagi, +4 authors Hiroaki Shimada
  • Published 2014
  • Geography
  • The strong winter storm crossed from the west to east of the Sea of Japan developing rapidly in early April, 2012. The minimum pressure of the winter storm reached 964 hPa at 21:00 on 3rd April. The storm generated wind waves more than 10 m in the significant wave height and gave severe damages to coastal structures around Japan. This study analyzed observed wave records at 12 stations along the Sea of Japan. A series of numerical analysis was performed to understand the characteristics of… CONTINUE READING

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