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Water Wave Mechanics for Engineers and Scientists


Year: 2000
Language: english
Author: Robert G. Dean & Robert A. Dalrymple
Genre: Textbook
Publisher: World Scientific
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 371
Description: The problem of quantifying the wave climate, understanding the interaction
of waves with structures and/or sediment, and predicting the associated
responses of interest underlies almost every problem in coastal and
ocean engineering. It is toward this goal that this book is directed. Although
the book is intended for use primarily as a text at the advanced undergraduate
or first-year graduate level, it is hoped that it will serve also as a reference and
will assist one to learn the field through self-study. Toward these objectives,
each chapter concludes with a number of problems developed to illustrate by
application the material presented. The references included should aid the
student and the practicing engineer to extend their knowledge further.

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