In this paper, the surface-tension effects to non-propagating solitons is studied. Thus the Larraza and Putterman’s theory has been modified. It is found that the surface-tension makes the frequency range of crosswise scillation of solitions larger, the amplitude higher and the width smaller. When the surfacetension coefficient is equal to zero (α=0), the results are consistent with those of Larraza and Putterman.
Soliton Dispersion Relation Solitary Wave Order Approximation Fluid Mechanics
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