Second-order wave diffraction by a submerged circular-cylinder
journal contributionposted on 2013-02-25, 15:17 authored by Maureen McIver, Philip McIver
Expressions are derived for the amplitudes of the second-harmonic waves generated when a uniform wave train is normally incident upon a two-dimensional body, submerged in water of illfinite depth. These amplitudes are given in terms of integrals over the free surface of products of first-order quantities. For a submerged, circular cylinder, it is shown analytically that there is no second-order reflected wave at any frequency. This extends the classical result that there is no reflection a t first-order for this body.
- Mathematical Sciences
CitationMCIVER, M. and MCIVER, P., 1990. Second-order wave diffraction by a submerged circular-cylinder. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 219, pp.519-529.
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