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Variation Analysis of Storm Surges in Masan Bay due to Typhoon Landing-1. Extreme Simulation Typhoon Scenario
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Variation Analysis of Storm Surges in Masan Bay due to Typhoon Landing-1. Extreme Simulation Typhoon Scenario
Han, Sungdae;
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 Abstract
Based on the typhoon paths landed on the southern coast of Korea, the distribution of typhoon moving directions follow the Beta probability density function and that of pressure drops in typhoon eyes follow the Rayleigh probability density function. Consequently, the extreme typhoon simulation scenarios for six landing positions are determined as most probable one in moving direction and extreme one of Typhoon Maemi level in pressure drop. The variation of storm surges in Masan bay associated with simulated typhoon landing position is analyzed through the numerical experiments in the next paper as the second part.
 Keywords
typhoon;typhoon landing;the extreme typhoon simulation;Masan bay;distribution function;
 Language
Korean
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