Resonant interaction among surface water waves

J. L. Hammack, Diane Marie Henderson

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Resonant interactioin theory is reviewed in a variety of dynamic settings, with particular emphasis on underlying approximations. The elementary interactions of three-and four-wave resonances and deterministic and stochastic models for wavefields composed of broad or narrow wave spectra interacting in multiple and coupled sets are considered. Resonant interaction experiments are reviewed in a variety of dynamic settings. Comparisons between theory and experimental results are also included. (D.W.Taylor)

Original languageEnglish (US)
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StatePublished - Jan 1 1993

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water waves
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surface water
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