Results from the REFDIF-SNL model: Nonlinear waves propagating over variable bathymetry at Duck, NC.

Book Editing

  1. Irish, J.L., and Kaihatu, J.M. (ed.) "Part C: Coastal Design Section", in Dhanak, M.R., and Xiros, N. (ed.) Handbook of Ocean Engineering, Springer, 545-740, 2016.
  2. Panchang, V., and Kaihatu, J.M. (ed.) Advances in Coastal Hydraulics, World Scientific, Singapore, 502p., ISBN: 978-981-3231-27-6, 2018.

Refereed Book Chapters

  1. Kaihatu, J.M., Ardani, S., Goertz, J.T., Venkattaramanan, A., and Sheremet, A. (2018). "Wave dissipation mechanisms in spectral phase-resolving nonlinear wave models" in Panchang, V., and Kaihatu, J.M. (ed.) Advances in Coastal Hydraulics, 235-262, World Scientific, Singapore, 502p., ISBN: 978-981-3231-27-6.
  2. Kaihatu, J.M. (2018). "Wind, wave and current modeling and prediction" in Carlton, J.C., Jukes, P. and Choo, Y.S. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Marine and Offshore Engineering, John Wiley and Sons, doi: 10.1002/9781118476406.emoe123.
  3. Kaihatu, J.M., and Ananthakrishnan, P. (2016). "Mechanics of ocean waves" in Dhanak, M.R., and Xiros, N. (ed.) Handbook of Ocean Engineering, Springer, 77-100.
  4. Lynett, P.J., and Kaihatu, J.M. (2016). "Modeling of coastal waves and hydrodynamics" in Dhanak, M.R., and Xiros, N. (ed.) Handbook of Ocean Engineering, Springer, 597-610.
  5. Hwang, P.A., Huang, N.E., Wang, D.W., and Kaihatu, J.M. (2005). "Hilbert spectra of nonlinear ocean waves" in Huang, N.E., and Shen, S.S. (ed.) The Hilbert-Huang Transform and Its Applications, World Scientific, Singapore, 211-225.
  6. Hwang, P.A., Wang, D.W., and Kaihatu, J.M. (2005). "A comparison of the energy flux computation of shoaling waves using Hilbert and wavelet spectral analysis techniques" in Huang, N.E., and Attoh-Okine, N. (ed.) Hilbert-Huang Transforms in Engineering, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 83-95.
  7. Kaihatu, J.M. (2003). "Frequency domain models in the nearshore and surf zones" in Lakhan, V.C. (ed.) Advances in Coastal Modeling, Elsevier, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 43-72.