Wave Oscillation in a Circular Harbor With Porous Wall

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T. L. Yip, T. Sahoo, A. T. Chwang

Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong

J. Appl. Mech 68(4), 603-607 (Sep 26, 2000) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1379955 History: Received June 24, 2000; Revised September 26, 2000
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Schematic diagram of a circular harbor
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Variation of amplification factor R at the center versus wave number k0b for different values of G with α=0 deg, b/h=0.75, 2ε=10 deg, and (b–a)/λ=0.25
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Variation of amplification factor R versus wave number k0b at different locations with α=0 deg, b/h=0.75, 2ε=10 deg, G=1, and (b–a)/λ=0.25
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Variation of amplification factor R at the center versus (b–a)/λ for different values of G with α=0 deg , b/h=0.75, 2ε=10 deg, and k0b=3.8
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Variation of amplification factor R at the center versus harbor opening 2ε for different values of G with α=0 deg, b/h=0.75,k0b=3.8, and (b–a)/λ=0.25
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Variation of amplification factor R at the center versus incidence angle α for different values of G with b/h=0.75, 2ε=10 deg, k0b=3.8 and (b–a)/λ=0.25




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