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Radiation and scattering of water waves by rigid bodies

  • J. L. Black (a1) (a2), C. C. Mei (a1) and M. C. G. Bray (a1)

Abstract

Schwinger's variational formulation is applied to the radiation of surface waves due to small oscillation of bodies. By means of Haskind's theorem the wave forces on a stationary body due to a plane incident wave are found using only far-field properties. Results for horizontal rectangular and vertical circular cylinders are presented.

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