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Modulation of local wind waves at Kalpakkam from remote forcing effects of Southern Ocean swells

Author(s): Nayak S, Bhaskaran PK, Venkatesan R, Dasgupta S

Abstract

The importance of wave evolution and necessity for reliable prediction in coastal environments is widely recognized in many ocean engineering applications. Numerical wave models developed for limited area forecast can predict ocean waves fairly well upon imposing realistic boundary conditions from measurements. The forecast quality wherein depends on the number of measured data from various platforms specified along model boundary, which is undoubtedly very expensive.

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