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Linear Wave Theory Progressive Wave 2-1-1 ACES Technical Wave Theory Reference Common terminology for wave discussions d = still-water includes: depth q. free surface a= wave amplitude H= wave height = 2a for small-amplitude elevation relative to still water (z= O) waves L= wavelength wave period T= c= velocity k= ~. u ,W= General assumptions of wave propagation wave number = 2rc/ 1 wave angular frequency horizontal and vertical $). velocity g. acceleration p= density potential components of velocity vector ~ ; = V$ used to derive Waves are two-dimensional 0 Waves propagate in a permanent of constant depth in the positive 0 There 0 Fluid is inviscid 0 Flow is irrotational.

The cosine function). the time (t) measured from some initial epoch, and (a. ] which represents the initial phase of the constituent at the initial epoch (t = O) . Constituent Tide Record Generation 1-4-1 ACES Technical Wave Prediction Reference An important assumption in applying this methodology is that the observed record (from which the harmonic constants were derived) was of sufficient length, resolution, and quality to resolve the harmonic data adequately. Data from site-specific studies are usually short term in duration.

General Assumptions and Limitations ............................................................................ Governing Equation ......................................................................................................... Boundary Conditions ....................................................................................................... Cnoidal Wave Theory Considerations ............................................................................. Solution of the Governing Equations .............................................................................

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