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And incompressible, having no surface tension. Flow is irrotational. EQUATION The assumption of irrotational flow leads to the existence of a velocity potential. An ideal fluid must satisfy the mass continuity equation and can be expressed in terms of the velocity potential as: V24)’0 This is the 2-D Laplace 2-2-2 (1) equation. Cnoidal Wave Theory Wave Theory ACES Technical BOUNDARY Reference CONDITIONS Thegoverning equation describes aboundary value problem. Thevarious boundary conditions of the problem domain affect the form and complexity of the solution of the Laplace equation.

The details of the computations are well described in Schureman (1971). It should be noted that the results of some harmonic of (K ‘n ) which is a modified epoch (relative to Greenwich). at Greenwich (= O) should be specified when using (K ‘n) analysis are reported yielding a value In these cases the value of longitude . REFERENCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY Harris, D. L. 1981. “Tides and Tidal Datums in the United States,” Special Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. , Department of the Army.

And Dalrymple, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Waves> Encyclopaedia Metropolitana, R. A. 1984. Water Wave Mechanics Cliffs, NJ, pp. 41-86. Vol. 192, pp. 241-396. for Engineers and Scientists. Hunt, J. N. 1979. “Direct Solution of Wave Dispersion Equation,” Journal of Waterway, Port, American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 105, No. WW4, Coastal and Ocean Division, pp. 457-459. , and Isaacson, M. 1981. Mechanics Nostrand Reinhold, New York, pp. 150-168. of Wave Forces on Offshore Structures, Van Shore Protection Manual.

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