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# TUGAS 03

KL 3106
GELOMBANG PANJANG
Dr.Eng. Hendra Achiari, ST.MT

## INSTITUT TEKNOLOGI BANDUNG

2017
REFLECTION AND TRANSMISSION PAST AN ABRUPT TRANSITION
[Robert G. Dean, Robert A. Dalrymple] Water Wave Mechanics Chapter 5 - Long Waves

1 = + = cos(1 ) + cos(1 + + )
2 2

2 = = cos(2 + )
2

+ = at =0

cos(1 ) + cos(1 + + ) = cos(2 + )
2 2 2

cos() + cos( + ) = cos( + )
2 2 2
use [ cos( + ) = . . . ]

cos() + (cos cos sin sin ) = (cos() cos sin() sin )
2 2 2
separable cos and sin

( 2 + cos ) ( 2 sin + ) = 0
2 2 2

+ cos = cos

sin = sin

The continuity of flow condition can be written in terms of the horizontal water particle velocity of
the wave multiplied by the cross-sectional area for each region recalling that for a long wave,

()1 = ()2

=

11 22
( . 1. ) = ( . 2. ),

## 1 1 ( ) = 2 2 ( 1 = ) , negative means the direction

1 1 ( cos(1 ) cos(1 + + )) = 2 2 cos(2 + )
2 2 2
x=0,t=0
1 1 1 1 cos = 2 2 cos

1 1 sin = 2 2 sin

1 + cos = cos
22
1 cos = cos
11

sin = sin
22
sin = sin
11

so, we find
22
sin = 11 sin

22
(1 + 11) sin = 0

1 =
22
1 =
11

22
1 ( 1) =
11
2
= 22
1+
11

## and we find too

22
[1 = ] x11

22
1 = 11

22 22
(1 ) = (1 )
11 11
22
( )1
11
= 22
( )+1
11
22
1( )
11
= 22
1+( )
11
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