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## Dynamics of a Wave Packet on the Surface of an Inhomogeneously Vortical Fluid (Lagrangian Description)

Izvestia, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physic. 2018. Vol. 54. No. 1. P. 101-105.

Abrashkin A. A., Pelinovsky E.

A nonlinear Schrцdinger equation (NSE) describing packets of weakly nonlinear waves in an inhomogeneously

vortical infinitely deep fluid has been derived. The vorticity is assumed to be an arbitrary function

of Lagrangian coordinates and quadratic in the small parameter proportional to the wave steepness. It is

shown that the modulational instability criteria for the weakly vortical waves and potential Stokes waves on

deep water coincide. The effect of vorticity manifests itself in a shift of the wavenumber of high-frequency filling.

A special case of Gerstner waves with a zero coefficient at the nonlinear term in the NSE is noted.

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mathematics

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English

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It is shown in the quadratic approximation that the Gerstner wave vorticity is equal and of different sign to the vorticity of Stokes drift current in deep water. That gives an opportunity to interpret the Stokes wave as a superposition of the Gerstner wave and the Stokes drift and to explain, why the nonlinearity in ...

Added: October 17, 2017

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We discuss the properties of two-dimensional, non
linear, potential, and vortex waves on the surface of an ideal
liquid of infinite depth. It is shown that in the quadratic order in
the amplitude, the vorticity of the Gerstner wave is equal in
magnitude to and different in sign from that of the Stokes drift
current in a surface layer. This ...

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A class of non-stationary surface gravity waves propagating in the
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To mark 220 years since the appearance of Gerstner's paper that proposed an exact solution to the hydrodynamic
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