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I was wondering if you could use physics to find the force and magnitude of a wave by using some equations.

speed = frequency x period,if ferq in Hz,period in seconds

I know that this equation would work in finding the speed of a wave, but I'm talking about the speed of tsunami and how hard it will hit when hitting a shore.

There is this german company that tried it and posted bunch of eqations, but i can't read german so i have no clue how they did it. It would be helpful if you can help me one this on.

German website. http://www.noort-innovations.nl/eindverslag%20definitief.pdf

thanks

speed = frequency x period,if ferq in Hz,period in seconds

I know that this equation would work in finding the speed of a wave, but I'm talking about the speed of tsunami and how hard it will hit when hitting a shore.

There is this german company that tried it and posted bunch of eqations, but i can't read german so i have no clue how they did it. It would be helpful if you can help me one this on.

German website. http://www.noort-innovations.nl/eindverslag%20definitief.pdf

thanks

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