Current refraction

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Definition of Current refraction:
The process by which wave propagation (wave propagation direction and wave propagation celerity) is affected by a current[1].
This is the common definition for Current refraction, other definitions can be discussed in the article


  1. Wolf, J. and Prandle D. 1999. Some observations of wave–current interaction. Coastal Engineering 37: 471–485

See also

  1. Waves
  2. Currents