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Journal of Oceanography

, Volume 64, Issue 4, pp 621–630 | Cite as

Storm surge simulation using wind-wave-surge coupling model

  • Kyeong Ok KimEmail author
  • Takao Yamashita
Original Articles

Abstract

Simulation of a storm surge caused by Typhoon 9918 in the Yatsushiro Sea, Kyushu, Japan was hindcasted by the synchronous coupled wind-wave-surge model composed of a Meso-scale meteorological model (MM5) for the wind and sea surface pressure, a spectral third-generation wind-wave model (Wavewatch III) for waves, and the coastal ocean model (Princeton Ocean Model). Inclusion of the whitecap wave breaking stresses (whitecap dissipation stress) in the coastal ocean model made it possible to reproduce the extreme surge height in the extremely shallow bay.

Keywords

Storm surge wind-wave-surge interaction Typhoon 9918 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Graduate School for International Development and CooperationHiroshima UniversityKagamiyama, Higashi-HiroshimaJapan

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