Practical Wave Modelling
The wave modelling activity at IFREMER is currently emphasizing a largest incorporation of real sea data analysis into the development of engineers-oriented formulations. This approach offers an opportunity to bring together user’s needs and theoretical knowledge. Three examples are given about wave groups, wave dissymetry and seastate stationnarity; preliminary results are given and the ongoing developments are mentionned.
KeywordsWave Height Transient State Wave Process Wave Group Discrete Process
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