AbstractThe asymmetry between the troughs from the rear and front sides of rogue waves is the particular object of the present study. In our previous simulations of unidirectional waves the typical picture of a rogue waves possesses the trend that most of the rogue waves where characterized by deeper rear troughs. In the present work we broaden the discussion of the rogue wave front-to-crest asymmetry to the directional case. The direct numerical simulation of primitive water equations is an affordable alternative to the in-situ or laboratory measurements, in particularly when the interest is focused on the long-term evolution or on the detailed consideration of the water wave movement in space and time. In this work we simulate irregular surface waves in the hydrodynamic equations using the High-Order Spectral Method, and focus on the so-called rogue waves.
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