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The Free-Surface Green function is one of the most important objects in linear water wave theory. It forms the basis on many of the numerical solutions, especially for bodies of arbitrary geometry. It first appeared in John 1949 and John 1950. It is based on the Frequency Domain Problem.Aug 19, 2010
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by Y Liu2015Cited by 33A new algorithm for numerical solution of the finite depth free-surface Green function in three dimensions is developed based on multiple series ...
by E Mackay2019Cited by 15The free-surface Green function G(P, Q) describes the linearised velocity potential at point P = ( x , y , z ) due to wave motions from a pulsating source at ...
by JN Newman1985Cited by 341Numerical methods are outlined for computing the velocity potential, and its derivatives, for linearized three-dimensional wave motions due to a unit sourc.
by C Xie2018Cited by 23In this study, the mathematical expressions and numerical methods for the free-surface Green function of the linearized wave-structure ...
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by E Mackay2019Cited by 15Fast and accurate computation of the free-surface Green function is of key importance for the numerical solution of linear and second-order wave-structure ...
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by ZM Chen2018Cited by 3Therefore the free surface Green function of the source is decomposed into the Rankine potential, the five image source potentials and a new ...
by ZM Chen2018Cited by 7The pulsating free surface Green function applies to radiation and diffraction wave problem defined by the boundary integral equation (4) ...
by ZM Chen2014Cited by 6The translating and pulsating free surface Green function repre- sents the velocity potential of a three-dimensional free surface source advancing in waves.
by H Jiang2021Cited by 2Boundary element method incorporated with free-surface Green's function (FSGF) is commonly used for radiation and diffraction problems of a ...

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