Standing surface waves in a rectangular tank with local wall and bottom irregularities
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The results of laboratory experiments on the estimation of the effect of wall and bottom geometry on the frequency, height, and decay rate of standing surface waves in a tank oscillating in the vertical direction are presented. The effect of one or two semi-cylindrical inserts mounted on the face and rear walls of the tank is considered in detail for the cases of a horizontal bottom and a linear shallow on the bottom. The experimental data are interpreted using a mathematical longwave model based on the method of accelerated convergence.
Keywordsstanding surface waves seiches tank geometry method of accelerated convergence resonance dependence frequency shift decay rate
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