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Combined initial condition for two solitary waves for the regular and irregular sea state.

Combined initial condition for two solitary waves for the regular and irregular sea state.

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Although extreme or freak waves are repeatedly measured in the oceans, their origin is largely unknown. The interaction of different water waves is seen as one reason for their emergence. One way to consider nonlinear waves in deep water is to look at solutions of the nonlinear Schr\"odinger equation, which plays an important role in the determinat...

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... is used for the following calculations. Figure 3 shows such an initial condition for the regular and irregular case calculated using Eq. (12) and Eq. ...
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... aim of this section is to make general statements about the interaction behavior in an irregular or random sea state. For this purpose the initial condition of the regular case described in Eq. (12) is modified according to Eq. (13). The result of this procedure is illustrated in Fig. ...
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... is used for the following calculations. Figure 3 shows such an initial condition for the regular and irregular case calculated using Eq. (14) and Eq. ...
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... aim of this section is to make general statements about the interaction behavior in an irregular or random sea state. For this purpose the initial condition of the regular case described in Eq. (14) is modified according to Eq. (15). The result of this procedure is illustrated in Fig. ...

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