Wave Climate Study: Great Lakes and Gulf of St. Lawrence, Volume I.
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NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA OTTAWA (ONTARIO) DIV OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
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The report presents the results of a wave climate study of Lake Superior and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Over a period of three years, waves were recorded at 14 locations in these areas and a total of approximately 18,000 usable wave records were collected. The waves were observed with an accelerometer type wave sensor, recorded on magnetic tape, and analyzed by means of power spectral density techniques. The results have been presented in various forms, using the significant wave height and the period of the peak of the energy spectrum as the two parameters, which define a particular sea state. Some wave parameters, directly related to design criteria have been computed and included in the tables. Author
- Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology