WaveModeling

Jonswap/Pierson-Moskowitz spectrum

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Updated 2 Apr 2021

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It is a function that creates Jonswap/Pierson-Moskowitz spectrum and a wave based on that.
This file also has two examples: example.m and Drawing_both_spectrum.m.
The first one shows how to use the code and the second one shows the difference between Jonswap and Pierson-Moskowitz spectrums.
Please refer to section 2.3.1 of the following dissertation:
S. M. Vazirizade, “An Intelligent Integrated Method for Reliability Estimation of Offshore Structures Wave Loading Applied in Time Domain,” The University of Arizona., 2019.
Link 1: https://repository.arizona.edu/bitstream/handle/10150/636592/azu_etd_17617_sip1_m.pdf?sequence=1
Link 2:
https://search.proquest.com/openview/29acab19161d0871590ed92d58fa4fe2/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y

Cite As

Sayyed Mohsen Vazirizade (2023). WaveModeling (https://github.com/smvazirizade/WaveModeling), GitHub. Retrieved .

@article{vazirizade2019intelligent, title={An Intelligent Integrated Method for Reliability Estimation of Offshore Structures Wave Loading Applied in Time Domain}, author={Vazirizade, Sayyed Mohsen}, year={2019}, publisher={The University of Arizona.} }

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Jonswap and Pierson-Moskowitz Spectrum

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Version Published Release Notes
1.0.2

figure added

1.0.1

Updating reference

1.0.0

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