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Spectral analyses of waves and associated bottom pressures off point sur, california

by Boyden Tracy Steele

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va .
Written in English


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These surface-waves measurement methods include steady-state Rayleigh-wave, spectral analysis of surface waves (SASW), and the controlled-source SASW (CSSASW). The CSSASW is a combination of the steady-state Rayleigh wave and method. Stokoe et al. () has described the evolution of the steady-state and SASW. Available online at ICM11 Spectral-analysis-surface-waves-method in ground characterization J. Fernández 1, L. Hermanns 2, A. Fraile 2, E. Alarcón 1 and I. del Rey 2 1 SINEX S.A.-Sociedad de Investigación, Estudios y Experimentación (Madrid, España) 2 CEMIM- Centro de Modelado en Ingeniería Mecánica (Madrid, España) Abstract.

In other words the wave defined by sin(2[pi]ft) is out of phase with the wave defined as sin(2[pi]ft+p) by the angle p. The second simplest waveform is probably the combination of two sine waves. Any combination of waves is interpreted by the ear as a single waveform, and that waveform is merely the sum of all of the waves passing that spot. A SPECTRAL METHOD FOR DETAILED WAVE EXTREME ANALYSIS of wind sea at the North sea ; Kerbiriou et al. () pointed out that it does not fit well with swell waves, especially its .

Spectral-Analysis-of-Surface-Waves (SASW) Method 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Location, m 0 Depth, m. 2 Common-Mid-Point (CMP) SASW Method Common-Array-Profiling (CAP) SASW Method CL. 14 0 Phase Velocity, m/sec 1 10 Wavelength, m (c) Case C . Spectral-Analysis-of-Surface-Waves method: An initial assessment and its potential use in geology shear waves. Particle motion associated with Rayleigh waves is composed of both vertical and horizontal Rayleigh waves at one point (the source), detecting them at two other points (receivers), and recording the signals for.


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Spectral analyses of waves and associated bottom pressures off point sur, california by Boyden Tracy Steele Download PDF EPUB FB2

Calhoun: The NPS Institutional Archive Theses and Dissertations Thesis Collection Spectral analyses of waves and associated bottom pressures off Point Sur, California. Spectral analysis of tsunami waves' Separation Spectral analyses of waves and associated bottom pressures off point sur source and topography effects Alexander B.

Rabinovich • Tsunami Center, P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Moscow Abstract. A new approach is proposed to separate the influence of source and topography in observed tsunami spectra and to reconstruct the initial source spectrum.

The methodCited by: Data Analysis The objective of the analysis is to identify locations where a sharp drop in surface velocity with depth is associated with delamination (debonding) of an asphalt layer from the layer Basic Principle In the spectral analysis of surface waves (SASW) test, the pavement is struck with a short, high-frequency source, thus creating a.

face or shear wave transducers can both be used to excite sur faces wave directly. Indirectly, an incident wave, either pres-sure or shear, is converted into two waves when reflected off a surface. For a reflection angle above a critical incident angle θc, where θc is a function of Poisson’s ratio, one of the reflect-ed waves generated will.

SPECTRAL ANALYSIS Introduction The spectral analysis is widely used in the analysis of noise-like signals because it provides a frequency decomposition in harmonics the behaviour of which can be studied separately. For that reason, it has become more important than the pure statistical analysis of the surface elevation.

The mean arterial pressure change during the manoeuvre was linearly related to the change in β. Real-time spectral analysis of the arterial waveform was easily accomplished.

The regression of SPeR on V TI was linear. β appeared to represent the slope of the cardiac response curve at the venous return curve equilibrium point. A computational formula is developed for determining, from the sea-surface spectral density, the spectral density function of the force per unit length at a point on a vertical pile.

An accurate and simple approximation for the formula is presented and used to explain the near proportionality between the spectral densities of force and sea surface measured in the ocean near Davenport, Calif. Analysis was facilitated by using a portable spectral analyzer to study the magnitude and phase of the frequency content of the recorded wave pulse.

Results from field testing at two flexible pavement sites and two soil sites indicate that the spectral analysis of surface waves. Spectral Analysis – Fourier Decomposition Sounds as a series of pressure or motion variations in air.

Sounds as a sum of different amplitude signals each with a different frequency. considering each traveling wave and how it reflects off of the boundaries.

The turbulence in the wind produces random pressure fluctuations at the sea surface, which produces small waves with wavelengths of a few centimeters (Phillips ). Next, the wind acts on the small waves, causing them to become larger. Wind blowing over the wave produces pressure differences along the wave profile causing the wave to grow.

This is also good. Third, the window reduces the resolution in the spectrum by making the peaks wider. This is bad. In DSP jargon, windows provide a trade-off between resolution (the width of the peak) and spectral leakage (the amplitude of the tails).

To explore the theoretical aspects of this in more detail, imagine an infinitely long discrete sine wave at a frequency of the sampling rate.

Spectral analysis of surface waves method to assess shear wave velocity within centrifuge models Also for the output signal, point E corresponds to the first arrival inversion of the output signal, point F to the first zero value observed immediately after point E in the output signal, and point G is the output signal first peak.

Values. Figure 1. Typical Spectral Analysis of Surface Waves data. Figure 2. Inversion results of typical Spectral Analysis of Surface Waves data. Data Acquisition. Most crews are equipped with a two- or four-channel spectrum analyzer, which provides the cross-spectral phase and coherence information.

Weight Deflectometer methods, based on the consideration of wave propagation including body waves (P-and S-waves) and Rayleigh (surface) waves. Report No."In Situ Determination of Elastic Moduli of Pavement Systems by Spectral­ Analysis-of-Surface-Waves Method (Theoretical Aspects)," by Soheil Nazarian and K.H.

Spectral Analysis of Ocean Wave Forces on Piling (Coastal Engineering Conference in Santa Barbara, California, October ). A computational formula is developed for determining, from the sea-surface spectral density, the spectral density function of the force per unit length at a point on a vertical pile.

An accurate and simple approximation for the formula is presented and used to explain. The resulting dissipation is obtained in spectral form with a single friction factor determined from knowledge of the bottom roughness and an equivalent monochromatic wave having the same root-mean-square near-bottom orbital velocity and excursion amplitude as the specified wave spectrum.

The total spectral dissipation rate is obtained by. The spectral analysis of surface waves (SASW) method is an in situ and non-destructive measurement that is rapid and cost effective.

The aims of this study were to determine Rock Quality Designation (RQD) value, excavation classification analysis as well as site characterization by using the SASW method. The peak wave period, [math]T_p[/math], is the wave period with the highest analysis of the distribution of the wave energy as a function of wave frequency [math]f=1/T[/math] for a time-series of individual waves is referred to as a spectral analysis.

Wind wave periods (frequencies) often follow the so-called JONSWAP or Pierson-Moskowitz spectra (see appendix B). This paper details the spectral analysis of the waves generated from an experimental study of the water surface elevation around a ship model in a towing tank.

The wave pattern is measured with accurate optical methods in deep-water conditions for various Froude numbers. These optical methods allow the entire wave field around the model with a high spatial resolution to be obtained. A convenient device for spectral analysis of surface waves is a Fourier spectral analyzer.

A Fourier analyzer is a digital oscilloscope that, by means of a microprocessor attached to it, can perform di­ rectly in either the time or the frequency domain.

Fourier analysis is a powerful tool in the decompo­. Spectral Analysis 1. How to obtain an energy density spectrum First deriving the discrete wave amplitude spectrum (FFT) based on measured elevation Secondly deriving the discrete energy density spectrum Then deriving the continuous energy density spectrum In simulating an irregular wave train, the above three steps are reversed.

What Do Spectra Tell Us? Most bright astronomical objects shine because they are hot. In these cases, the continuum emission tells us the temperature of the object. The following table shows a rough guide for the relationship between the temperature of an object and what part of the electromagnetic spectrum where we see it shine.Pressure Accuracy: Cannot reflect from unknown Property.

Property PRESSURE_ACCURACY of Type t. Pressure Range (MPa) Cannot reflect from unknown Property. Property PRESSURE_RANGE of Type t. Resolution of Measurement and Control: Cannot reflect from unknown Property.