Within the framework of the linear theory of long waves, we study the evolution of a wave process caused by the action of surface pressure periodically varying in time in a bounded basin of variable depth without vertical walls. We assume that the basin is filled with a homogeneous liquid nonperturbed at the initial time and take into account the action of dissipative forces. We obtain the analytic solution of the posed problem. It is used to perform the detailed analysis of the influence of the dissipative forces and the frequency of perturbing pressure on the characteristics of the process of evolution of waves.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 27, 2006
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