University of Minnesota St. Anthony Falls Laboratory
Xuanting, Hao (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The data are results of the large-eddy simulation of wind turbulence over monochromatic waves propagating in coastal and oceanic waters, described in the paper by Hao, Cao, and Shen "Mechanistic study of wave shoaling effect on wind-wave momentum flux using large-eddy simulation" (submitted to JGR-Atmosphere). The data are shared to follow the common Enabling FAIR data Project guidelines as required by the journal.
Simulation data used for figures in 'Mechanistic study of wave shoaling effect on wind-wave momentum flux using large-eddy simulation', including the mean velocity profiles, the turbulent variance profiles, the wave-coherent velocity and pressure field, etc
This research is supported by the Office of Naval Research as part of the Coastal Air–Sea Process and Electromagnetic Research (CASPER) project under its Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) program managed by Dr. Daniel Eleuterio and Dr. Steven Russell, and the Coastal Land–Air–Sea Interactions (CLASI) project managed by Dr. Reginald Beach.
Mechanistic study of wave shoaling effect on wind--wave momentum flux using large-eddy simulation (submitted to JGR-Atmosphere)
Hao, Xuanting; Cao, Tao; Shen, Lian.
(2019). Supporting Data for 'Mechanistic study of wave shoaling effect on wind--wave momentum flux using large-eddy simulation'.
Retrieved from the Data Repository for the University of Minnesota,