Numerical investigation of ocean waves generated by three typhoons in the China Sea

Qing Shi Jun Tang Yongming Shen Yuxiang Ma

Qing Shi, Jun Tang, Yongming Shen, Yuxiang Ma. Numerical investigation of ocean waves generated by three typhoons in the China Sea[J]. Acta Oceanologica Sinica. doi: 10.1007/s13131-021-1868-1
Citation: Qing Shi, Jun Tang, Yongming Shen, Yuxiang Ma. Numerical investigation of ocean waves generated by three typhoons in the China Sea[J]. Acta Oceanologica Sinica. doi: 10.1007/s13131-021-1868-1

doi: 10.1007/s13131-021-1868-1

Numerical investigation of ocean waves generated by three typhoons in the China Sea

Funds: The Key Special Project for Introduced Talents Team of Southern Marine Science and Engineering Guangdong Laboratory (Guangzhou) under contract No. GML2019ZD0403; the Program for Guangdong Introducing Innovative and Enterpreneurial Teams under contract No. 2019ZT08L213; the Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory Project under contract No. 2019B121203011.
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  • Figure  1.  Tracks of the three typhoons in 2015.

    Figure  2.  Bathymetry and positions of the buoys.

    Figure  3.  Verification of wave height of the four buoys.

    Figure  4.  validation of wave height and wind speed of satellite in the Yellow Sea (a; 31°–39°N, 119°–127°E), the East China Sea (b; 23°–31.18°N, 117.18°–131°E) and the South China Sea (c; 4°–23°N, 105°–119°E).

    Figure  5.  Maximum wind speed near the centre of typhoon of Chan-hom (1509), Linfa (1510), Nangka (1511).

    Figure  6.  Simulated wave height of the four buoys before and after correction of wind.

    Table  1.   Deviation of wave height between simulated data and buoys

    BuoyDeviation of wave height
    ParameterERA-InterimCFSv2CCMP
    1#CC0.8100.8320.873
    Bias/m0.7030.5580.592
    RMSE/m1.1210.9650.840
    2#CC0.8100.8320.873
    Bias/m–0.196–0.0340.041
    RMSE/m0.1290.1700.116
    3#CC0.9530.9620.925
    Bias/m–0.7960.035–0.623
    RMSE/m1.0370.7881.038
    CC0.5600.6600.751
    4#Bias/m–0.1650.0850.008
    RMSE/m0.2610.2610.154
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    Table  2.   Deviation of wave heigh and wind speed between simulated data and Jason-2

    AreaParameterDeviation of wave heightDeviation of wind speed
    ERA-InterimCFSv2CCMPERA-InterimCFSv2CCMP
    Yellow SeaCC0.9660.9670.9690.9540.9580.971
    Bias/m–0.415–0.4830.4231.8721.2360.773
    RMSE/m0.4910.7140.4952.7001.8000.995
    East China SeaCC0.8190.8760.8950.6860.6410.726
    Bias/m0.1480.0100.8384.4005.4002.400
    RMSE/m1.2321.1761.2816.0007.1004.400
    CC0.8100.6730.7810.7280.7510.802
    South China SeaBias/m–0.4200.005–0.413–0.5360.040–0.389
    RMSE/m0.6180.3370.5090.5970.3550.479
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  • 收稿日期:  2021-05-17
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