Classification of regimes of internal solitary waves transformation over a shelf-slope topography

Title
Classification of regimes of internal solitary waves transformation over a shelf-slope topography
Author(s)
Terletska; Maderich; Talipova; Brovchenko; 정경태
Publication Year
2015-04-14
Abstract
A new classification of regimes of internal solitary wave interaction with the shelf-slope topography in the framework of two-layer fluid is proposed. Two mechanisms are important during wave shoaling: (i) wave breaking resulting in mixing and (ii) changing of the polarity of the initial wave of depression on the slope. Range of the parameters at which wave breaking occurs can be defined using the criteria, obtained empirically (Vlasenko and Hutter, 2002). Zone I located above two surfaces and corresponds to the non breaking regime. Zone II lies above ’breaking’ surfaces but below the surface of changing polarity and corresponds to regime of changing polarity without breaking. Zone III lies above surface of changing polarity but below ’breaking’ surfaces and corresponds to regime of wave breaking without changing polarity. Zone IV that located below two surfaces and corresponds to the regime of wave breaking with changingpolarity.g and (ii) changing of the polarity of the initial wave of depression on the slope. Range of the parameters at which wave breaking occurs can be defined using the criteria, obtained empirically (Vlasenko and Hutter, 2002). Zone I located above two surfaces and corresponds to the non breaking regime. Zone II lies above ’breaking’ surfaces but below the surface of changing polarity and corresponds to regime of changing polarity without breaking. Zone III lies above surface of changing polarity but below ’breaking’ surfaces and corresponds to regime of wave breaking without changing polarity. Zone IV that located below two surfaces and corresponds to the regime of wave breaking with changingpolarity.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/25651
Bibliographic Citation
EGU General Assembly 2015, pp.463, 2015
Publisher
EGU
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
EGU
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