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Determining the Added Hazard Potential of Tsunamis by Interaction with Ocean Swell and Wind Waves
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Experiment-13: EXP4A-Tsunami-Swell_3 - Random swell with peak period of 2 s, significant waveheight of 10 cm, and tsunami at end of time series: Measurements of free surface elevation and near bottom velocities
Experiment Type: Tsunami Wave Basin
Description: This is a combined tsunami-swell case, in which the swell has a peak period of 2 seconds and a significant waveheight of 10 cm. This swell has the highest steepness of the swell cases run in the experiment; rapid cycling of nonlinear wave-wave interactions is thus expected to be significant. The tsunami was placed at the end of the time series rather than in the middle; this would allow study of the nonlinear interactions apart from the presence of strong reflection from the beach, which would be the case were the tsunami in the middle of the time series.
Dates: March 09, 2010 - March 19, 2010
Facility: Oregon State University, OR, United States
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Tags (keywords):
  1. tsunami
  2. free surface measurements
  3. near-bottom velocities
  4. Random swell