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(Module 5)

Dr Tristan Perez

Centre for Complex Dynamic Systems and Control (CDSC)

Department of Engineering Cybernetics

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The sea surface elevation is described by:

where

These expressions are only valid in deep water

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, where h is the water depth.

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Sailing condition

The sailing condition of a vessel is given by its forward speed U and its encounter angle, i.e., the heading angle relative to the waves.

Encounter angle

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Encounter frequency

If the waves are observed from a reference frame that moves at a constant speed, the frequency observed is called Encounter Frequency.

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Ocean waves

Ocean waves present, in general, irregularity in time and space and cannot be predicted exactly: Stochastic Process.

(x,y,0) (0,0,t)

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Gaussian waves

(xo,yo,t) p()

(x,y,0) (xo,yo)

The elevation of the sea surface can be thought as being generated as the sum of many sinusoidal waves with different amplitudes, frequencies, and phases.

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From data collected at sea (Haverre & Moan, 1985), it can be stated that stationary for periods over 20 min. For more severe sea states, stationarity can be questioned even for periods of 20 min.

For low and moderate seas (< 4m), the sea can be considered For medium seas (4m to 8m), Gaussian models are still accurate, If the water is sufficiently deep, wave elevation can be consider

but deviations from Gaussianity slightly increase with the increasing severity of the sea state. Gaussian regardless of the sea state.

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Under the Gaussianity assumption, the process is completely described by

Mean Variance

The sea surface elevation is described relative to the mean free surface; therefore, the mean of the SP is zero. The variance is described in terms of a sea power spectral density or sea spectrum.

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If we use the frequency in Hz to define the FT, then

S xx ( f ) = Rxx ( ) e

j 2f

Rxx ( ) = S xx ( f ) e

j 2f

df

and

+

This definition is common in the literature of electrical communications and signal processing.

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When we use the circular frequency (rad/s) to define the FT,

S xx ( ) = a Rxx ( ) e

+

Rxx ( ) = b S xx ( ) e j d 1 ab= 2

We need to be careful on how we compute power!!!

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Statistics of Maxima

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After the wind has blown constantly for a certain period of time, the sea elevation can be assumed statistically stable. In this case, the sea is referred to as fully-developed. If the irregularity of the observed waves are only in the dominant wind direction, so that there are mainly uni-directional wave crests with varying separation but remaining parallel to each other, the sea is referred to as a long-crested irregular sea. When irregularities are apparent along the wave crests at right angles to the direction of the wind, the sea is referred to as short crested or confused sea.

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Long-crested Seas

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Short-crested Seas

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In cases where no wave records are available, standard, idealized, formulae can be used. One family of idealized spectra is the Bretschneither family which was developed in early 1950s:

Modal frequency

Spectral moments

(This family can be used to represent rising and falling seas, as well as fully developed seas with no swell and unlimited fetch.)

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Idealised Spectra

In the 1960s, the Pierson-Moskowitz family was developed to forecast storm waves at a single point in fully developed seas with no swell using wind data. This family relates the parameters A and B to the average wind speed at 19.5m above the sea surface:

The ITTC recommends the use of the Modified PiersonMoskowitz family; significant wave height and zerocrossing period or the average wave period is used:

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Other Spectra

Other families:

The JONSWAP spectral family accounts for the case of limited fetch wind waves The TMA spectral family is an extension of the JONSWAP for finite water depth, The double-peak Torsethaugen spectral family accounts for both swell and wind waves, The Ochi six-parameter spectral family can be fitted to almost any wave record (it could account for swell and wind waves.)

For further details see Ochi, K. (1998) Ocean Waves: The Stochastic Approach, Cambridge University Press. Ocean Tech. Series.

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Directional spectra are more realistic and are very important to calculate loads on marine structures since the motion response depends highly on the encounter angle. For simulation, it is common to separate the directional spectrum as a product of two functions:

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Spreading Function

where 0 is the dominant wave propagation direction, and the values of s = 1, 2 are commonly used. See Lloyd (1989) for a more general form where | 0| < ; with not necessarily equal to /2

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Time-domain Simulations

If (t) is stationary and Gaussian on time interval [0, T], its realizations can be approximated to any degree of accuracy by

with N sufficiently large; where n are constants and the phases n are independent identically distributed random variables with uniform distribution in [0, 2]. The autocorrelation is given by

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Time-domain Simulations

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The realizations of a sea surface elevation are modelled by filtered white noise:

S ( ) | H ( j ) | S ww

2

H ( s) =

s

2 s 2 + 2n s + n

The parameters can be adjusted as follows (Perez, 2005): Sww = max S n chosen to be the modal frequency. is chose to the variance is the same; and thus the RMS value.

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Wind

Wind is commonly divided in two components; a mean value and a fluctuating component, or gust.

It is a 3D phenomenon, but in marine applications we restrict it to 2D, and velocities are considered only in the horizontal plane. Wind is parameterized by the velocity U and the direction . The direction is taken with respect to the North-East. Note that, in general, the direction of the wind is the direction from where the wind is coming from, e.g., a SE wind blows from the SE towards NW.

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Slowly-varying fluctuations in the mean wind velocity can be modeled by a 1st order Gauss-Markov Process:

where w is Gaussian white noise and 0 is a constant. The magnitude of the velocity should be restricted by saturation elements

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Slowly-varying fluctuations in the mean wind direction can also be implemented by a 1st order Gauss-Markov Process (Sorensen, 2005):

The direction is taken with respect to the (n-frame). NOTE: This direction is often the direction from where the wind is blowing: North-East (NE) wind blows from the NE

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Sorensen, (2005)

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Wind Gust

The wind gust is model as a realization of a stochastic process with a particular spectrum (Sorensen, 2005).

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Current

Current direction:

The direction is taken with respect to the (n-frame). NOTE: This direction is the direction to where the current flows : North-East (NE) current flow towards the NE. (This is different from the convention for wind)

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References

Perez, T. (2005) Ship Motion Control. Springer. Ochi, M. (2005) Ocean Waves: the stochastic approach. Cambridge University Press. Sorensen, A.J. (2005) Marine Cybernetics. Lecture notes, Dept. of Marine Technology NTNU, NORWAY.

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