The spike wave

A team of researchers at the Universities of Oxford, Manchester, Edinburgh and Shanghai Jiao Tong have worked out how the ‘spike wave’ or ‘vertical wave’ can happen.

Experiments were carried out in the FloWave Ocean Energy Research facility, University of Edinburgh.

This project was led by:
Dr Mark McAllister
Prof. Ton van den Bremer, University of Oxford
Dr Sam Draycott, University of Manchester

In collaboration with:
Prof. Liao Shijun & Ms. Yu Yang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Tom Davey, University of Edinburgh
Prof. Thomas Adcock, University of Oxford

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