Statistics of rogue waves in computer experiments
Rogue waves have been studied in the exact simulation of complete hydrodynamic equations for an ideal fluid with a free surface. The statistical characteristics of rogue waves such as the occurrence intensity, average existence time, and maximum energy dissipation at collapse have been obtained in computer experiments.
KeywordsSurface Wave JETP Letter Computer Experiment Ideal Fluid Rogue Wave
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