By John B. Herbich
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I.................................................... 5 t ...................................................... l 23 I.............................................. 5 24 X Figure 9. 26 slope)in Example 2. ular wave train, the comparison of model curves to the laboratory traces was so good that it was impossible to differentiate one from the other. Comparison for two other wave conditions was not as good; the maximum differences of 14 and 20% were observed. Overall, the present results are similar in form to those obtained by Shields (1986), but there are some differences.
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In particular, consideration will not be limited to the three equations at hand and instead we demonstrate how this solution scheme can be used for a more general system of equations. 36 OffshoreEngineering Consider a system of K coupled, quasi-linear partial differential equations in the K-dependent variables. The variables are expressed here as a K-dimensioned vector, ~(x, t), whose equations have the special form as (92) A ~ + B ~ , x +C~,xx : g where the dot over ~ signifies a derivative with respect to time, and A, B, and C are K x K matrices, g is a K-dimensioned vector.
Developments in Offshore Engineering. Wave Phenomena and Offshore Topics by John B. Herbich