Scaling laws for violent breaking waves

Recently I came across an interesting article published in Journal of Fluid Mechanics which discusses the well-known Froude scaling law to be applied for violently breaking waves. It was found that the validity of the scaling law depends on the level of aeration and the scale of the experiments. In some of the examined cases it seems to be more reasonably to apply the Bagnold–Mitsuyasu scaling law. But read yourself if you find this also interesting:

Violent breaking wave impacts. Part 3. Effects of scale and aeration
H. Bredmose,G. N. Bullock and A. J. Hogg (2015).
Journal of Fluid Mechanics, ">Volume 765, February 2015 pp 82-113
http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?aid=9521310