Soviet journal of physical oceanography

, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp 87–94 | Cite as

Weakly non-linear free oscillations in a basin of variable depth

  • A. V. Konovalov
  • Yu. V. Manilyuk
  • L. V. Cherkesov
Thermohydrodynamics of the Ocean

Abstract

Weakly non-linear free oscillations in a basin of variable depth filled with non-viscous fluid are investigated in terms of the long waves theory using the perturbation technique. Solutions to the initial two approximations for the horizontal velocity component and free surface departure are numerically derived. An attempt is made to determine the area of applicability of the linear theory by applying a parabolic bottom profile to the basin.

Keywords

Climate Change Free Surface Velocity Component Environmental Physic Linear Theory 

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  • A. V. Konovalov
  • Yu. V. Manilyuk
  • L. V. Cherkesov

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