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WAVE INDUCED OSCILLATIONS IN HARBORS: THE PROBLEM OF COUPLING OF HIGHLY REFLECTIVE BASINS
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE HYDRODYNAMICS LAB
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Wave induced harbor oscillations were studied. Of primary interest are the response characteristics of a coupled system consisting of a small rectangular harbor connected to a larger rectangular wave basin. This simple model system, devoid of any form of artificial energy dissipators, was studied theoretically and experiment-ALLY TO DETERMINE WITH WHAT DEGREE OF ACCURACY THE ARRANGEMENT COULD PREDICT THE RESONANT MODES OF OSCILLATION FOR A SIMILAR HARBOR CONNECTED TO THE OPEN-SEA. Aut or
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