I’m a Ph.D. student in Kyoto University. My current research is analyzation of freak wave, which is a natural disaster caused by high-order nonlinearity in random wave train. I concentrated on Biology Olympiad in high school, and turned to Hydraulic Engineering in University. After that, I focus on the research about coastal and offshore engineering. I am interested in describing natural phenomenon in beautiful mathematical equations and numerical analysis.
Ph.D. in Civil and Earth Resources Engineering, 2018-
M.Sc.Eng. in Port, Coastal and Offshore Engineering, 2015-2018
Ocean University of China
B.Eng. in Hydraulic Engineerin, 2011-2015
Lyu, Z., Mori, N., Kashima, H. Freak wave in high-order weakly nonlinear wave evolution with bottom topography change. Coastal Engineering, 2021: 103918.
Lyu, Z., Mori, N., Kashima, H. Evolution of high-order weakly nonlinear waves with bottom topography change. Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Series B2(Coastal Engineering), 2020, Vol. 76, No.2.
Lyu, Z., Kashima, H., Mori, N. High order nonlinear wave interactions from deep to finite water depth with bottom topography change. Proceedings of 36th virtual International Conference on Coastal Engineering, 2020, Waves.24.
Li A, Liu Y, Lyu Z. Analysis of water wave interaction with a submerged quarter-circular breakwater using multipole method. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part M: Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment, 2020, 234(4):846-860.
Lyu, Z., Liu, Y., Li, H., & Mori, N. Iterative multipole solution for wave interaction with submerged partially perforated semi-circular breakwater. Applied Ocean Research, 2020, 97, 102103.
Lyu, Z., Liu, Y., Li, H. Analytical studies on hydrodynamic characteristics of submerged perforated semi-circular breakwater based on non-linear pressure loss boundary condition. Periodical of ocean University of China, 2020, 50(10).