Spectral properties of the Peregrine soliton observed in a water wave tank
The Peregrine soliton, which is commonly considered to be a prototype of a rogue wave in deep water, is observed and measured in a wave tank. Using the measured data of water elevation, we calculated the spectra of the Peregrine soliton and confirmed that they have triangular shapes, in accordance with the theory.
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|Source:||Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics / Atmospheres|
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