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Water Wave Propagation over Uneven Bottoms

By: Maarten W Dingemans
1016 pages, 2 volume set
Water Wave Propagation over Uneven Bottoms
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  • Water Wave Propagation over Uneven Bottoms ISBN: 9789810204273 Paperback Feb 1997 Usually dispatched within 5 days
    £128.00
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  • Water Wave Propagation over Uneven Bottoms ISBN: 9789810204266 Hardback Apr 1997 Usually dispatched within 5 days
    £174.00
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The primary objective of this book is to provide a review of techniques available for the problems of wave propagation in regions with uneven beds as they are encountered in coastal areas. The view taken is that the techniques should be useful for application in advisory practice. However, effort is put into a precise definition of the underlying physical principles, so that the validity of the methods used can be evaluated. Both linear and nonlinear wave propagation techniques are discussed. Because of its length, the book comes in two parts, part 1 covering primarily linear wave propagation, and part 2 covering on nonlinear wave propagation.

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By: Maarten W Dingemans
1016 pages, 2 volume set
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