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Determining the Added Hazard Potential of Tsunamis by Interaction with Ocean Swell and Wind Waves
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Experiment-9: EXP8-Swell-3 - 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: This is a random swell case run in isolation, with a significant waveheight of 10cm and a peak period of 2 seconds. It is the steepest wave case run in these series of experiments, and was expected to evolve rapidly over the laboratory bathymetry. The nonlinear interactions resulting from this care are to be compared to that in which a tsunami is also present.
Dates: March 08, 2010 - March 19, 2010
Facility: Oregon State University, OR, United States
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Tags (keywords):
  1. free surface measurements
  2. near-bottom velocities
  3. Random swell