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Advances and Applications in Fluid Mechanics
The original investigation of Lamb (1932, §349) for the effect of viscosity on monochromatic surface waves is extended to account for second-order Stokes surface waves on deep water in the presence of surface tension. This extension is used to evaluate interfacial impedance for Stokes waves under the assumption that the waves are growing and hence the surface waves are unsteady. Thus, the previous investigation of Sajjadi et al. (2014) is further explored in that (i) the surface wave isdoi:10.17654/fm019020203 fatcat:vjsayavjkzezhfdo6aukib36xe