風波の方向スペクトル幅の現地観測 [in Japanese] Observations of Wind Wave Directional Spectra [in Japanese]
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Ocean wave in-situ measurement is limited only to measure temporal sea surface information. In order to measure spatial surface information a radar system is suitable; however, radar image includes many noises. In this study both temporal and spatial ocean surface characteristics were measured by a X-band radar and a wave buoy. Radar scattering waves were analyzed by WaMosII (Wave Monitoring System II) system which gives spatial surface elevations in a measuring region. Wave parameters such as significant wave height, maximum wave height, peak wave period, wave age were estimated and verified by the X-band radar. It was shown that the radar measurements gave narrower directional spectra than the buoy observations.
- Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B2 (Coastal Engineering)
Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B2 (Coastal Engineering) 68(2), I_91-I_95, 2012
Japan Society of Civil Engineers