Book Detail

Breaking and Dissipation of Ocean Surface Waves

Author(s)
: Alexander Babanin
Edition
:
Call Number
: 551.46\'3 BAB b
ISBN/ISSN
: 978-1-108-45477-3
Subject(s)
: Ocean waves-Measurement
Ocean waves-Simulation methods
Clasification
: 551.46\'3 BAB b
Series Title
:
GMD
: Buku
Language
: English
Publisher
: Cambrigde University Press
Publishing Year
: 2011
Publishing Place
: New York
Collation
: 460 hal; Illus; 25 cm
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:
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: No Attachment
Availibilty
: B003359.1   My Library   : Available
Wave breaking represents one of the most interesting and challenging problems for fluid mechanics and physical oceanography. Over the last 15 years our understanding has undergone a dramatic leap forward, and wave breaking has emerged as a process whose physics is clarified and quantified. Ocean wave breaking plays the primary role in the air-sea exchange of momentum, mass and heat, and it is of significant importance for ocean remote sensing, coastal and ocean engineering, navigation and other practical applications. This book outlines the state-of-the-art in our understanding of wave breaking and presents the main outstanding problems. It is a valuable resource for anyone interested in this topic: researchers, modellers, forecasters, engineers and graduate students in physical oceanography, meteorology and ocean engineering

Wave breaking represents one of the most interesting and challenging problems for fluid mechanics and physical oceanography. Over the last 15 years our understanding has undergone a dramatic leap forward, and wave breaking has emerged as a process whose physics is clarified and quantified. Ocean wave breaking plays the primary role in the air-sea exchange of momentum, mass and heat, and it is of significant importance for ocean remote sensing, coastal and ocean engineering, navigation and other practical applications. This book outlines the state-of-the-art in our understanding of wave breaking and presents the main outstanding problems. It is a valuable resource for anyone interested in this topic: researchers, modellers, forecasters, engineers and graduate students in physical oceanography, meteorology and ocean engineering

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