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Analysis of Ocean Wave Fields Using the Harmonic Phase Tracking Parameter Estimation Technique

Analysis of Ocean Wave Fields Using the Harmonic Phase Tracking Parameter Estimation Technique

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    stituents according to harmonic analysis. With the development of digital computers the least-squares technique is used to evaluate the tidal constituents from observed data and this is a prin-cipal method used today. The harmonic method of tidal analysis has been further refined for improve-ment in accuracy of tidal prediction. A method for. Tidal Analysis. For tidal harmonic analysis of sea level data, there are various packages which may be available free of charge: The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) has developed TASK (Tidal Analysis Software Kit). This is a suite of programs that includes harmonic analysis, tidal prediction, formatted tide table production, data. Therefore, group velocity is a valuable parameter (in addition to wave period and phase velocity) to characterize the gravity wave. And a method called phase- and group-velocity tracing was developed (Kuo et al., ) to analyze the phase- and group-velocities of any kind of wave propa-gation. The technique of velocity tracing was applied to. The new velocity estimation techniques, involving complete wavefields and not rays, are more consistent with WEM than ray-based tomography is. The combined use of improved imaging and wave-equation velocity analysis therefore promises a more complete and consistent approach to depth imaging, and will hopefully prove its value in the near future.

    The parameter k(wj) is the wavenumber, which describes the change in phase as the wave propagates along the borehole, and is related to the phase velocity via: (3) Because the wave is recorded by receivers which only exist at discrete points, the expression for the wave in Eq. 1 must modified by replacing z with (n - 1)6.z for.


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the general problem of wave phase speed estimation and its equivalent wavenumber estimation problem, and we derive an inverse model for estimating spatially varying wavenumbers.

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