In a recent paper, Raman et al (RJV)  2 presented a second- order solution for the wave interaction with a large-diameter, bottom-mounted, surface-piercing, fixed vertical cylinder. Earlier, Chakrabarti [2,3] obtained an approximate solution for the vertical cylinder due to Stokes's fifth-order wave. Later, Yamaguchi and Tsuchiya (YT)  proposed a second-order solution in a closed form for the wave interaction problem with the vertical cylinder which was examined by Chakrabarti . All these solutions are different due to the assumptions regarding the frequency of the scattered wave and the kinematic free-surface boundary condition. RJV  claim that their solution is superior to the earlier solutions because, according to them, it satisfies the nonlinear free-surface boundary conditions completely.
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December 01 1978
Comments on Second-Order Wave Effects on Large-Diameter Vertical Cylinder
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Chakrabarti, Subrata K.. "Comments on Second-Order Wave Effects on Large-Diameter Vertical Cylinder." J Ship Res 22 (1978): 266–268. doi: https://doi.org/10.5957/jsr.19220.127.116.116
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