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Surface waves in a channel with thin tunnels and wells at the bottom: non-reflecting underwater tomography

Abstract

We consider the propagation of surface water waves in a straight planar channel perturbed at the bottom by several thin curved tunnels and wells. We propose a method to construct non reflecting underwater topographies of this type at an arbitrary prescribed wave number. To proceed, we compute asymptotic expansions of the diffraction solutions with respect to the small parameter of the geometry taking into account the existence of boundary layer phenomena. We establish error estimates to validate the expansions using advances techniques of weighted spaces with detached asymptotics. In the process, we show the absence of trapped surface waves for perturbations small enough. This analysis furnishes asymptotic formulas for the scattering matrix and we use them to determine underwater topographies which are non-reflecting. Theoretical and numerical examples are given.
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hal-02546643 , version 1 (18-04-2020)

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Lucas Chesnel, Sergei Nazarov, Jari Taskinen. Surface waves in a channel with thin tunnels and wells at the bottom: non-reflecting underwater tomography. Asymptotic Analysis, In press. ⟨hal-02546643⟩
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