Several methods based on matched eigenfunction expansws are developed to study the diffraction of a linear, steady train of waves in finite water depth by a combination of straight depth discontinuities and colinear vortex sheets, where the vortex sheets represent a first approximation to a thin shear layer between regions of dissimilar ambient current… (More)

The transmission of deepwater waves across a vortex sheet

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@inproceedings{Kirby1985PropagationOO,
title={Propagation of obliquely incident water waves over a trench. Part 2. Currents flowing along the trench},
author={James T. Kirby and Robert A. Dalrymple and SEUNG NAM SEO},
year={1985}
}