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“…Similarly, Figure 3 shows comparison of three equations for boundary layer thickness under rough turbulent condition. Again, the equation proposed by Sana and Tanaka [11] differs distinctly from other equations especially at higher / due to its larger power in Equation (12), which may cause underestimation of the boundary layer thickness for tsunami waves with a longer wave period. Similarly, Figure 3 shows comparison of three equations for boundary layer thickness under rough turbulent condition.…”

confidence: 86%

“…Similarly, Figure 3 shows comparison of three equations for boundary layer thickness under rough turbulent condition. Again, the equation proposed by Sana and Tanaka [11] differs distinctly from other equations especially at higher / due to its larger power in Equation (12), which may cause underestimation of the boundary layer thickness for tsunami waves with a longer wave period. Similarly, Figure 3 shows comparison of three equations for boundary layer thickness under rough turbulent condition.…”

confidence: 86%

“…Figure 2 shows comparison among Equations ( 8)-( 10) for smooth turbulent condition. It is seen that Equations ( 8) and ( 10) have similar behavior, whereas the equation by Sana and Tanaka [11] has a smaller dependence on the Reynolds number. The line designated "Present study" represents a new equation proposed in this paper, which will be described later.…”

confidence: 90%

“…For computing wave boundary layer thickness under a shoaling tsunami, the full-range equation originally proposed by Sana and Tanaka [20,21] and recently modified by the authors [22] will be applied. The definition of wave boundary thickness proposed by Jensen et al [23] is used in this study, which is the height of overshooting at σt = 0 under the wave crest as defined in Figure 1b.…”

confidence: 99%

“…and R is the Reynolds number based on the Stokes boundary layer thickness : U R 0m = In table 1 the regimes of motion are also shown, corresponding to the imposed test conditions to transitional regimes, being often encountered in shallow water systems (Sana and Tanaka, 2007). In details, disturbed laminar, where only small-amplitude perturbations appear superimposed to the oscillatory laminar flow, and intermittently turbulent, characterized by the burst of turbulence appears only during the decelerating phases of the cycle (Hino et al, 1983;Vittori and Verzicco, 1998) have been analyzed.…”

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confidence: 99%