Physical Oceanography

, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp 149–160 | Cite as

Study of forced waves in a confined basin using the finite element technique

  • Yu. V. Manilyuk
  • L. V. Cherkesov
Analysis Of Observations And Methods Of Calculating Oceanic Hydrophysical Fields


The generation of barotropic waves in a confined three-dimensional basin by periodic, spatiallydistributed atmospheric pressure perturbations is considered in terms of linear theory. The analytical solution for a rectangular basin is compared with the numerical one.


Climate Change Environmental Physic Linear Theory Forced Wave Element Technique 
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  • Yu. V. Manilyuk
  • L. V. Cherkesov

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