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On rotational water waves with surface tension

Wahlén, Erik LU (2007) In Royal Society of London. Philosophical Transactions A. Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 365(1858). p.2215-2225
Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to present some recent advances in the study of water waves with vorticity and surface tension. These are periodic, two-dimensional waves over a

flat bottom and the surface profiles are symmetric and monotone between crest and trough. The proofs rely on bifurcation theory.
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vorticity, surface tension, water waves
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Royal Society of London. Philosophical Transactions A. Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
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365
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1858
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2215 - 2225
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Royal Society
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1364-503X
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10.1098/rsta.2007.2003
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  title        = {On rotational water waves with surface tension},
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