NEEShub services are beginning to be phased out. Please begin using DesignSafe ( Please submit a support ticket ( if you need any assistance.


Support Options

Submit a Support Ticket


NEES Project Warehouse

Determining the Added Hazard Potential of Tsunamis by Interaction with Ocean Swell and Wind Waves
Curation progress:

Experiment contains sensor data and required metadata and documentation.

Complete - 03/15/2013

What's this?

The curation dashboard shows your progress as you add required elements to your project or experiment.

Experiment-7: EXP6-Swell-1 - Random swell with peak period of 2 s and significant waveheight of 10 cm: Measurements of free surface elevations and near-bottom velocities
Experiment Type: Tsunami Wave Basin
Description: In addition to running tsunamis in isolation, we also ran random swells in isolation. This test uses a random swell with a significant waveheight of 5cm and a peak period of 2 seconds. This represents a case with relatively low nonlinearity (low Ursell number). Study of the wave-wave interactions herein can be compared to those seen when the tsunami is also present.
Dates: March 08, 2010 - March 19, 2010
Facility: Oregon State University, OR, United States
Equipment: View Details
Specimen Type:
Trial ( ? ) Repetition ( ? ) Interactive ( ? ) UnprocessedConvertedCorrectedDerived
Loading Trial-01..
Loading Trial-02..
Loading Trial-03..
Loading Trial-04..
Loading Trial-05..
Loading Trial-06..
Loading Trial-07..
Loading Trial-08..
Loading Trial-09..
Loading Trial-10..
Loading Trial-11..
Related Documents:
No files available
No Images Found.
Tags (keywords):
  1. Random swell
  2. free surface measurements
  3. near-bottom velocities