Attenuation of surface waves in deep water
Carswell, Michael Stuart
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The concept, instrumentation, and analytical techniques for the investigation of attenuation of wind generated water surface waves in a small scale real environment by separation of generation and propagation by time in the dying wind situation were developed, and an empirical attenuation function applicable to a wide range of frequencies proposed.
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