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Wave interaction with rubble mound structures

Chul-hee Yoo

Wave interaction with rubble mound structures

by Chul-hee Yoo

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rubble mound breakwaters -- Mathematical models.,
  • Coastal engineering -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Chul-hee Yoo.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination113 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages113
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17644309M

    The book is divided into six parts: 1) Characteristics of coastal waves and currents; 2) long waves and storm surges; 3) coastal structures; 4)coastal processes and sediment transport; 5) coastal, estuarine and environmental problems; and 6) case studies. The individual papers include such topics as the effects of wind. Wave interaction with permeable structures. By. \ud a seawall with toe protection, a rubble-mound breakwater,\ud and a caisson on a rubble foundation. Theoretically, however, any\ud two-dimensional porous structure with an arbitrary geometry can be\ud treated by this analytical procedure.\ud Resistance forces in the porous structures are.

    Near-field flow processes that occur due to the interaction between regular waves and rubble-mound, permeable LCBs were studied experimentally and numerically in. The numerical model was based on the “Cornell Breaking Waves and Structures” (COBRAS) software. In both the experiments and the simulations, a recirculation system was devised Author: Theofano I. Koutrouveli, Athanassios A. Dimas. The currently used approach assumes that within the rubble mound the flow can be treated by using a classical “porous media” methodology, i.e. by using, within the rubble mound, the equations that treat the filtration motion (Darcy or Forchheimer, if the head loss is linear or quadratic respectively).

    Wave Forces and Overtopping on Crown Walls of Rubble Mound BreakwatersAn Experimental Study The scientific progress of our understanding of the interaction between coastal structures and the sea has greatly improved in the recent years. The present state of knowledge includes structural and financial optimization of the structures based on reliability evaluations. The paper describes the results of a two-dimensional (2-D) numerical modelling investigation of the functionality of rubble mound breakwaters with special attention focused on wave overtopping processes. The model, COBRAS-UC, is a new version of the COBRAS.


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Wave interaction with rubble mound structures by Chul-hee Yoo Download PDF EPUB FB2

Introduction. Boundary-value problems on wave interaction with body. Numerical analysis on the wave boundary-value problems. Analysis for large bodies. Wave forces on small bodies. Wave transformation through permeable structures.

Vortex flow and fluid force. Generation of wave impact load. Waves, Wave-Induced Currents and Sediment Transport. Edition: 1.

The results of large-scale model tests are presented on the wave energy dissipation in the various layers of an Accropode armoured mound breakwater and on the interaction between external and internal wave motion.

An attempt is also made to describe the "discontinuity" of the waterline at the boundary between layers of different Wave interaction with rubble mound structures book materials.

In the present study, the analytical solution is modified for application to a rubble mound breakwater structure.

The existence of both waves and permeable media in the flow domain suggests that nonlinear losses within the structure and at the boundaries between different media are a significant : Chul-hee Yoo.

Wave interaction with rubble mound structures. Abstract. Graduation date: The objective of this study is the development and\ud verification of an analytical solution for an unsteady\ud flow field partially occupied by a permeable structure.\ud Flow is induced by a small amplitude incident wave\ud train and the permeable structure may.

The interaction of a wave with a rubblemound breakwater results in a complex flow field which is both nonlinear and turbulent, particularly within a region close to the surface of the structure. An empirical wave run-up formula that includes the reflection coefficient was developed.

The wave height has little influence on the wave reflection from porous structures. An empirical wave reflection formula is proposed for rubble mound structures with steep front slope. Porous breakwater structures are widely used as protection against waves for ports and harbours as well as for general coastal protection.

The structures differers depending on the exact purpose e.g. harbour protection, detached breakwaters, groins, submerged breakwaters etc.

Typical types of structures are rubble mound breakwaters and berm breakwaters where common structural Cited by: 1. For rubble mound breakwaters several new reliable design formulae have been developed over the last decade but at least one major task still remains unsolved - the assessment of the wave loading and hence the stability of rubble mound breakwater crown background motivated the initialization of the present study on wave imposed forces and wave overtopping on crown wall by: THE EFFECT OF WAVES ON RUBBLE-MOUND STRUCTURES x Fredric Raichlen w.

Keck Laboratory of Hydraulics and Water Resources California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California 1 INTRODUCTION For thousands of years breakwaters have been built at or near the coast to protect harbors or coastlines from wave Size: 1MB.

The MEDUS is developing an innovative procedure that, by using CAD and CFD software, gives the possibility to study with a more detailed approach the hydrodynamic of the wave motion (overtopping, breaking, Run-up, reflection, transmission) over a rubble mound structure (emerged or submerged) as well as the hydraulic stability of the armour stones.

Wave control and stability increasing functions due to change of the slope shape of rubble mound structures are discussed on the basis of the experimental results for regular and irregular waves. The new design formula developed here considered the allowable percentage of damage and the wave grouping effects on rubble stability using a new assumption of the mean run-sum as an index of the irregular wave force.

Usually coastal structures, such as sea dikes, breakwaters, quay walls, jetties, etc are constructed to protect people and harbour activities against large waves and flooding from storm surges. In this paper two types of coastal structures will be looked at in more detail: the rubble mound breakwater and the sea by: 1.

Research on rubble mound breakwaters when confronted with waves. The rapport covers the flow characteristics and mound stability under regular waves and under oblique wave attack. The authors find a formula for rough, permeable slopes, flow characteristics under the action of a regular wave train by a function of the type.

Wave-induced mean flows in vertical rubble mound structures. Inigo J. Losada˜ a,), Robert A. Dalrymple b, Miguel A. Losada c. a Ocean and Coastal Research Group, Uni˝ersidad de Cantabria, Departamento de Ciencias y Tecnicas del´.

Agua y del Medio Ambiente, A˝da. de los Castros srn. In order to evaluate the model's capability to simulate wave overtopping, a set of experiments on wave interaction with a rubble mound breakwater were carried out in the wave flume of the University of Cantabria. The flume is m long, 2 m wide and 2 m by: from the structure toe where the wave first begins to break.

This depth varies with tidal stage. Therefore, the design breaker height depends on the critical design depth at the structure toe, the slope on which the structure is built, incident wave steepness, and the distance traveled by the wave during Size: 1MB.

A model is formulated to predict wave-induced flows and pressures in rubble toes fronting a seawall or caisson. The model is based on the linearized Forchheimer equation of fluid motion in the coarse, granular medium. The toe may be a multilayered rubble mound with Cited by: coastal structures is developed at the Department.

This numerical wave flume VOFbreak2 aims at a better description of the wave-induced flows and pressures at porous structures, resulting in a better design (tool) of coastal structures. Special attention is paid to the application of the model to wave interaction with a rubble-mound by: Once the geometry of the structure, imported into the CFD, has been rebuilt and the size and the scope of the computing grids have been set, attacks wave were chosen.

Fig. 3 Cited by: 7. This book presents authoritative research on new experience in the field of coastal structures and breakwaters, particularly that which has led to advances in design procedures. Mathematical modelling of wave interaction with rubble mound breakwaters.

The stability of the armor layer of rubble mound breakwaters has been shown to be highly influenced by some wave grouping characteristics. The measured damage functions are dependent on the.WAVE INTERACTION WITH PERMEABLE STRUCTURES 1. INTRODUCTION Purpose of The Study In ocean engineering, porous structures such as rubble-mound breakwaters have been widely constructed to provide safety for navi-gation.

Applications also include toe protection for seawalls and caisson-type structures. Porous structures provide shelter from wave.Wave Forecast Wave Hindcast Storm Surge Tsunamis Rubble Mound Breakwaters This book is intended to provide the reader with a comprehensive overview of the current state-of-the-art about surface water waves, including forecasting and hindcasting of wind waves and storm surge, coastal risk analysis, and wave-structure-soil interaction.