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Computing the main parameters of a Water wave, using the small amplitude wave theory.

d = water deep (m)
H = wave height (m)
T = wave period (s)
z = depth below the SWL (m)
anitime = time animation (s)

k = wave number
sigma = Frecuency
L = wave length
C = wave phase velocity
Cg = wave group velocity
Energy = energy density

These scripts compute the sediment transport outside the surf zone in the beach. The procedure and equations can be reviewed on the Coastal Engineering Manual. Ahrens model was used to get the fall velocity.

Madsen, Ole...

This function gets the nomograph which shows the relationship between the wavelength, wave period and water depth using the dispersion equation.

0. Syntax:
>> wavelenvsth

1. Inputs:


With this function, you can get the value of L (wavelength), k (wave number), sigma(angular frequency), using different solutions of the dispersion relationship.
h = deep water (m)
T = wave period (s)

This script creates a grid from irregularly spaced XYZ data, using Surfer 8.

It is very important to take account the DATA MUST BE into a TXT or DAT file.

This file must only have three columns and the arrangement of these...