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 Fumin Xu,Maoling Yu,Tian Xing,et al.Simulation Study of Disastrous Waves Along Indonesian Offshore and Coast Under Roaring Forties and Tropical Cyclones[J].Journal of Marine Science and Application,2022,(1):80-91.[doi:10.1007/s11804-022-00252-3]
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Simulation Study of Disastrous Waves Along Indonesian Offshore and Coast Under Roaring Forties and Tropical Cyclones


Simulation Study of Disastrous Waves Along Indonesian Offshore and Coast Under Roaring Forties and Tropical Cyclones
Fumin Xu12 Maoling Yu3 Tian Xing12 Hanzheng Ya12
Fumin Xu12 Maoling Yu3 Tian Xing12 Hanzheng Ya12
1 Key Laboratory of Ministry of Education for Coastal Disaster and Protection, Hohai University, Nanjing 210024, China;
2 College of Harbor, Coastal and Offshore Engineering, Hohai University, Nanjing 210024, China;
3 Power China Huadong Engineering Corporation Limited, Hangzhou 311122, China
WAVEWATCH ⅢRoaring FortiesCyclone ErnieIndonesian offshore and coastWind seaSwellWave spectrum
Indonesian offshore and coastal areas are vulnerable to swells from Roaring Forties and cyclone disasters. However, the understanding of the characteristics and propagation mechanisms of local disastrous waves is insufficient, posing a threat to the construction, maintenance, and protection of coastal structures. This study establishes a multiple nested wave model based on the third-generation wave model WAVEWATCHⅢ. This model includes sole forcing of Roaring Forties and combined forcing of Roaring Forties and cyclone Ernie to simulate the influence of disastrous waves under the Roaring Forties and tropical cyclones in the Indonesian offshore zone and coasts. The following results are obtained. The Indonesian offshore is prevailed by relatively stable southern to southwestern dominant swells and small wind waves under the impacts of the Roaring Forties without cyclone winds. Long propagating swells originated from the Roaring Forties dominate in nearshore coastal waters with deformed directions and strength because of the shoaling effect.


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Received date: 2021-07-17;Accepted date: 2022-01-28。
Foundation item:Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 51920105013).
Corresponding author:Tian Xing,E-mail:xingtian524@163.com
Last Update: 2022-04-22