عنوان مقاله [English]
Tropical cyclones develop over the north and south part of Indian Ocean because of the geographical and weather conditions. It causes irreparable damage to human life and economy on coastal areas. This study investigates the energy of ocean surface waves generated by the surface wind field of tropical cyclones in the Indian Ocean using satellite altimeter measurements and the semi-empirical Kudryavtsev model by considering “trapped fetch”. The translational velocity and information of tropical cyclones were obtained from the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) best-track data and Jason 1 and Jason 2 satellites data set for 18 tropical cyclones between 2003 and2013. The results of this study indicate that the semi-empirical model suggested by Kudryavtsev in 2015 can be used to investigate and simulate unusual waves generated by tropical cyclones in the Indian Ocean.
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