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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Extreme ocean winds and wave heights are increasing around the globe, with the largest rise occurring in the Southern Ocean, University of Melbourne research shows.
While coastal waters on the rest of the country will be slight to moderate with wave height of up to 2.1 meters.
In which H and are [H.sub.o] wave height and initial wave height respectively, [K.sub.s] is shoaling coefficient, and [K.sub.r] is refraction coefficient.
In Section 4, a graphical method is applied for the estimation of wave height distribution in the harbor.
Second, we describe another field experiment that we conducted to estimate the effects of wave height on the herding of yellowfin sole (Limanda aspera).
Stress magnitudes obtained from the main line indicate that increasing energy in the environment increases stress in this element, except for the cases where it goes from a condition of 1 m [s.sup.-1] and 2 m (category Cc) to 0.5 m [s.sup.-1] and 5 m (Eb) of current velocity and wave height respectively in perpendicularly direction, decreasing 1,853 to 1,549 kg for the case where the longline system operates surface and 1,752 to 1,213 kg for case where it operates submerged (Fig.
The wave height, which is a major factor in the wave load, is believed to be time-varying and can be significantly different under different climate conditions [19].
and M'(t) = M + [A.sub.33], B(t) = [rho]V(t)g, [eta] = [omega](H/2) cos(kx - [omega]t), and [F.sub.s] = (d/dt)[[A.sub.33](dz/dt-[eta])],where M is the mass of the deployed body in air, [A.sub.33] is the time-varying heave added mass of the deployed body, g is gravitational acceleration, B(t) is the buoyancy force, [rho] is density of water, V(t) is the submerged volume of the deployed body, H and [omega] are wave height and frequency of regular waves, respectively, T(t) is the tension that the cable acts on the deployed body, [C.sub.D] is the drag coefficient, A is vertical projected area, and [F.sub.s] is the slamming force.
In order to find wave breaking in these solitary wave solutions, the x-location of the maximum wave height at each time step is found.
As a consequence, the relevant data sets have long gaps and several commonly used characteristics (e.g., annual mean wave height or average period) may become meaningless (Tuomi et al.
Now the team has taken delivery of the first of three pilot boats designed to be used extensively in heavy weather, capable of operating in swells up to five metres in wave height.
(1993) proposed the idea adopting momentum and continuity equations, results of which showed exponential decay of wave height. Mendez et al.