Flexural-gravity waves due to unsteady motion of point source under a floating plate in fluid of finite depth


Alexandra V.Pogorelova;Victor M.Kozin;


The paper deals with the theoretical investigation of the straight unsteady motion of a point source submerged into the liquid of finite depth below the floating ice plate.The formulae describing the plate deflection and obtained with the help of integral and asymptotic methods are numerically analyzed with respect to velocity and submergence depth of point source,basin depth,ice plate thickness and Young's modulus.


Submerged point source motion;floating plate;vertical deflection;flexural-gravity wave


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