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+ | == Introduction == | ||

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+ | We consider the problem of a thin submerged structure assumed to be rigid, submerged in a semi-infinite domain of constant depth. This submerged structure is then subject to some incident wave forcing, and the resulting scattering problem is investigated. | ||

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+ | == Thin bodies == | ||

+ | have a blurb about jump in potential etc | ||

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+ | == Equations == | ||

+ | The governing equations for our problem | ||

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+ | == Hypersingular Integral Equations == | ||

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+ | == Boundary Element Methods == | ||

+ | refer to the wikiwaves page etc | ||

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+ | == Eigenfunction Matching == | ||

+ | refer to the wikiwaves page etc | ||

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+ | ===Matlab Code === | ||

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+ | ==References == | ||

+ | Article by Yang? | ||

+ | Linton McIvor? |

## Revision as of 07:46, 28 September 2009

## Introduction

We consider the problem of a thin submerged structure assumed to be rigid, submerged in a semi-infinite domain of constant depth. This submerged structure is then subject to some incident wave forcing, and the resulting scattering problem is investigated.

## Thin bodies

have a blurb about jump in potential etc

## Equations

The governing equations for our problem

## Hypersingular Integral Equations

## Boundary Element Methods

refer to the wikiwaves page etc

## Eigenfunction Matching

refer to the wikiwaves page etc

### Matlab Code

## References

Article by Yang? Linton McIvor?