WaveLab - Reflection analysis

Reflection Analysis

The reflection analysis component support reflection analysis in frequency domain and in time domain for regular and irregular waves.

In case of regular waves separation is done using the non-linear Lykke Andersen (2016) method which is an improved version of the Lin-Huang method. This method separate the primary frequency component into incident/reflected waves and separates the higher harmonics into bound/free and incident/reflected components.

Separation of irregular waves is done using the RefCross method by Grønbech et al. (1996). RefCross can use any number of gauges and can separate into incident, reflected and cross-modes. Cross-modes separation can be enabled or not. If cross-mode separation is disabled the method corresponds to Zelt and Skjelbreia (1992) which is an N-gauge extension of the 3-gauge Mansard and Funke method.

The component support processing of several data files in one operation. 

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