AbstractIn the last two decades, the extreme wave occurrence, its understanding and prediction in deep water become getting clear. However, there are a few studies about the extreme wave occurrence in intermediate water. The authors reported that the appropriate higher-order nonlinear correction is essential to estimate the extreme wave occurrence using the standard Boussinesq equation. Therefore, the other numerical tool such as nonlinear Schrodinger equation (NLS) will be required from the point of view of the direct extreme wave modeling in intermediate water. The purpose of this study is to investigate the evolution of the high-order nonlinear property in intermediate water using the spatial developing nonlinear Schrodinger equation (SD-NLS) for the deep-water generating extreme wave modeling.
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