# Solves the wave dispersion relation using the newton-raphson method including currents in matlab

The following Matlab project contains the source code and Matlab examples used for solves the wave dispersion relation using the newton-raphson method including currents . Solves the wave dispersion relation   sig^2 = g*wk*tanh(wk*h)  where   g = gravity [L/T^2]   h = water depth [L]   sig = Relative angular frequency [rad/T]   sig = wa - wk*cos(wd)*u - wk*cos(wd)*v = wa - wk*uk [rad/T]   uk = cos(wd)*u + sin(wd)*v [L/T]   u = current velocity in x direction [L/T]   v = current velocity in y direction [L/T]  The Newton-Raphson Method is given by    wk(n+1) = wk(n) - f(k(n))/fp(k(n))  where    f = g*wk*tanh(wk*h) - sig^2    fp = g*(tanh(wk*h) - h*wk*(tanh(wk*h)^2-1)) + 2*uk*sig  Makes initial guess using  Guo, J.

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