By the method of mathematical simulation, we study the effect of changes in the width and depth of a ring-shaped basin with parabolic profile of the bottom on the space structure of waves generated by variations of atmospheric pressure periodic as a function of time. Our investigation is carried out under the assumptions of the linear theory of long waves with regard for the action of the Coriolis force. The structures of the profiles of liquid surface are compared for the cases of free and forced waves. We also establish the dependences of the period of atmospheric disturbances on the geometry of the basin for which the number of nodal points of the free-surface profile in the case of forced oscillations coincides with the number of nodal points of the profile of liquid surface in the case of free oscillations.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 20, 2004
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