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Hidekazu TSUJI Last modified date:2021.10.28

Assistant Professor / Division of Earth Environment Dynamics / Research Institute for Applied Mechanics

1. Keisuke Nakayama and Hidekazu Tsuji, Multiple solitary wave interactions, Physics of Fluids, 33, 8, 086602, 2021.08.
2. Keisuke Nakayama, Taro Kakinuma and Hidekazu Tsuji, Oblique reflection of large internal solitary waves in a two-layer fluid, European Journal of Mechanics - B/Fluids, 74, 81-91, 2019.03, The oblique reflection of an incident internal solitary wave is investigated using a fully-nonlinear and strongly-dispersive internal wave model. The 3rd order theoretical solution for an internal solitary wave in a two-layer system is used for the incident solitary wave. Two different incident wave amplitude cases are investigated, in which nine and eleven different incident angles are used for the small and large incident amplitude cases respectively. Under both amplitudes, at least for the cases investigated here, relatively smaller incident angles result in Mach reflection while relatively larger incident angles result in regular reflection. Under Mach-like reflection generation of a ‘stem’ is observed for a certain range of incident angles, in addition to the reflected wave. The stem is found to have, in a certain sense, the characteristics of an internal solitary wave, though the maximum stem wave amplitude is less than four times as large as the original incident internal solitary wave. The stem length is confirmed to increase faster for the larger incident wave amplitude. The maximum amplification factor for the small incident wave is the same as in previous studies. However, the maximum amplification factor for the large incident wave is less than that for the small wave. The results of these calculations are compared with those of the corresponding KP theory and it is found that a lower amplification factor may be a significant characteristic of internal solitary waves..
3. A Numerical Study for KdV-Burgers Equation Using Lattice Boltzmann Method.
4. Numerical Analisys of Nonlinear Wave Equation with Low Dissipation Using Lattice Boltzmann Method.
5. Numerical Analysis of Nonlinear Wave Equation Using Lattice Boltzmann Method.
6. Hidekazu Tsuji and Masayuki Oikawa , Two-dimensional interactions of solitons in a two-layer fluid of finite depth , Fluid Dynamics Research, 10.1088/0169-5983/42/6/065506, 42, 6, 065506, 2010.12.
7. K Ueno, M Farzaneh, S Yamaguchi and H Tsuji , Numerical and experimental verification of a theoretical model of ripple formation in ice growth under supercooled water film flow, Fluid Dynamics Research, 10.1088/0169-5983/42/2/025508, 42, 2, 025508, 2010.09.
8. Y Kodama, M Oikawa and H Tsuji , Soliton solutions of the KP equation with V-shape initial waves, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical, vol.42 312001(9pp), 2009.07, [URL].
9. Biondini, G, Maruno K, Hidekazu TSUJI, Oikawa M, Soliton interactions of the kadomtsev-petviashvili equation and generation of large-amplitude water waves
, Studies in Applied Mathematics, 122, 4, 377-394, 2009.05.
10. Hidekazu TSUJI, Masayuki OIKAWA, Oblique interactions of solitons in an Extended Kadomtsev-Petviashvili Equation, Journal of the Physical Society of Japan, Vol.76 (2007) 084401, 2007.08.
11. M. Oikawa and H. Tsuji, Oblique interactions of weakly nonlinear long waves in dispersive systems, Fluid Dynamics Research, Vol. 38, pp. 868 - 898, 2006.12.
12. H.Tsuji and M. Oikawa, Oblique Interaction of Solitary Waves in an Extended Kadomtsev-
Petviashvili Equation, Proceedings of the XXXIII Summer School "Advanced Problems in  Mechanics 2005", St.Petersburg, pp. 303 - 310, 2006.07.
13. A.V. Porubov, H. Tsuji, I.V. Lavrenov and M. Oikawa, Formation of the rogue wave due to non-linear two-dimensional waves interaction, Wave Motion, 10.1016/j.wavemoti.2005.02.001, 42, 3, 202-210, Volume 42, Issue 3 , September 2005, p.202, 2005.09.
14. A.V. Porubov, I.V. Lavrenov and H. Tsuji, Formation of abnormally high localized waves due to nonlinear two- dimensional waves interaction, Proccedings of the International conference "Day on Diffraction'2004", p.184., 2004.11.
15. Hidekazu TSUJI, Masayuki OIKAWA, Two-dimensional Interaction of Solitary Waves in a Modified Kadomtsev-Petviashvili Equation, J. Phys. Soc. Jpn.,, 10.1143/JPSJ.73.3034, 73, 11, 3034-3043, Vol.73, No.11, p.3034-3043, 2004.11.
16. Two-dimensional Interaction of the internal wave soliton propagating close to the critical depth.
17. Hidekazu TSUJI, Masayuki OIKAWA, Oblique interaction of internal solitary waves in a two-layer fluid of infinite depth, Fluid Dynamics Research, 10.1016/S0169-5983(01)00026-0, 29, 4, 251-267, Vol.29(2001)251-267, 2001.12.
18. Hidekazu TSUJI, Manabu INADA and Masayuki OIKAWA, Long Waves Generated by Topography in Two-Layer Fluid with Infinite Depth --- Forced Benjamin-Ono Equation, Engineering Science Report Kyushu University (KYUSHU DAIGAKU SOGORIKOUGAKU KENKYUKA HOUKOKU), 19(1997)331-337, 1997.01.
19. Yoshimoto ONISHI.and Hidekazu TSUJI, Transient Behavior of a Vapor due to Evaporation amd Condensation between the Plane Condensed Phases, Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, Oxford University Press, pp.284-290 (1995), 1995.01.
20. Hidekazu Tsuji and Yoshimoto Onishi, Temperature Jump in a Binary Gas Mixture with Imperfect Accommodation, Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, Oxford University Press, pp.1107-1113 (1995), 1995.01.
21. Yoshimoto Onishi Takeshi Shoji and Hidekazu Tsuji, Interactions of Shock and Expansion Waves caused in a Vapor between the Two Plane Condensed Phases, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Aerospace and Fluid Science, Institute of Fluid Science, Tohoku University, pp.517-524 (1994), 1994.01.
22. Hidekazu TSUJI, Masayuki Oikawa, 2-Dimensional Interaction of Internal Solitary Waves in a 2-Layer Fluid, Journal of the Physical Society of Japan, 10.1143/JPSJ.62.3881, 62, 11, 3881-3892, Vol.62 No.11 3881-3892 1993, 1993.11.