Authors of the web-site in alphabetical order:
|Sergey A. Dyachenko||Alexander O. Korotkevich||Pavel M. Lushnikov||Anastassiya A. Semenova||Denis A. Silantyev|
In our recent works we computed with very high accuracy (at least 10e-26) Stokes' waves of different amplitude and provided a new, more accurate, estimation
for the maximum amplitude of the Stokes' wave. We were able to compute Stokes' waves with amplitudes which differs from the maximum one less than by 0.003%.
These results were published in the following articles:
Here you can find library of computed Stokes' waves represented as data for Padé approximation (see Appendix C in the article 2 above for full description):
ZIP-Archive of the library of Stokes' waves (quadruple precision)
ZIP-Archive of the few Stokes' waves (200 decimal digits precision)
Here we provide several examples of the first three unstable eigenmodes for different values of steepness (see Appendix C in the article 5 above for full description):
ZIP-Archive of the library of elevation profiles of the the first three unstable eigenmodes for perturbations of Stokes' waves (double precision)
This research was performed under support of National Science Foundation grant OCE1131791, work on Padé approximation was supported by Russian Scientific Foundation grant 14-22-00259.