By Qingwei Ma
Lots of the Earth's floor is roofed through water. Many elements of our daily lives and actions could be laid low with water waves indirectly. occasionally, the waves could cause catastrophe. one of many examples used to be the tsunami that happened within the Indian Ocean on 26 December 2004. this means how vital it's for us to totally comprehend water waves, specifically the very huge ones. a technique to take action is to accomplish numerical simulation according to the nonlinear concept. substantial learn advances were made during this zone during the last decade through constructing quite a few numerical equipment and utilizing them to rising difficulties; besides the fact that, earlier there was no accomplished ebook to mirror those advances. This distinctive quantity goals to bridge this hole. This booklet comprises 18 self-contained chapters written through greater than 50 authors from 12 diverse international locations, a lot of whom are world-leading specialists within the box. each one bankruptcy is predicated mostly at the pioneering paintings of the authors and their learn groups over the last many years. The chapters altogether take care of just about all numerical tools which were hired up to now to simulate nonlinear water waves and canopy many vital and intensely fascinating purposes, akin to overturning waves, breaking waves, waves generated by way of landslides, freak waves, solitary waves, tsunamis, sloshing waves, interplay of utmost waves with shorelines, interplay with fastened buildings, and interplay with free-response floating constructions. for this reason, this booklet offers a finished review of the state of the art examine and key achievements in numerical modeling of nonlinear water waves, and serves as a different reference for postgraduates, researchers and senior engineers operating in undefined.
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