By using the velocity potential obtained by the method of multiscale asymptotic expansions to within the quantities of the third order of smallness, we study the dependences of the components of the velocity of motion of a homogeneous liquid under the floating ice cover on the thickness of the cover and its modulus of elasticity in the process of propagation of periodic waves of finite amplitude. It is shown that the presence of broken ice leads to a decrease in the moduli of components of the velocity of liquid particles and the phase delay of generated oscillations. The effect of the elasticity of ice becomes more pronounced as the wavelength of the initial harmonic decreases and manifests itself in the increase in the maximum values of the components of velocity and in the phase shift of oscillations in the direction of propagation of waves.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 13, 2011
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