ACES - AUTOMATED COASTAL ENGINEERING SYSTEM - TECHNICAL by David A. Leenknecht, Andre Szuwalski and Ann R. Sherlock

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A Plotting Rule for Extreme Research, Vol. 68, No. 3, pp. 813-814. Gumbel, 1-3-6 E. J. 1958. Sfafisfics of Extremes, Columbia Probability University Paper,” Journal of Geophysical Press, New York. Extremal Significant Wave Height Analysis Wave Prediction ACES Technical Muir, L. , and E1-Shaarawi, A. H. 1986. “On the Calculation Review,” Ocean Engineering, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 93-118. , and Aagaard, P. M. 1970. “Extrapolation of Historical Storm Data for Estimating Design Wave Heights,” Proceedings, 2nd Ofjshore Technology Conference, OTC 1190.

Solution and Method ........................................................................................................ Solution Aids and Insights ........................................................................................ Maximum Wave Checks ............................................................................................ Derived Results ................................................................................................................ Kinematics and Other Derived Variables ................................................................

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.

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