Estimation of Hurricane Surge Hydrographsby George Marinos,
Jerry W. Woodward,
Serial Information: Journal of the Waterways and Harbors Division, 1968, Vol. 94, Issue 2, Pg. 189-216
Document Type: Journal Paper
Numerically integrated hydrodynamic equations of motion and continuity are used for computing the one-dimensional, nonlinear storm surge along the Texas Coast. This method employs the onshore and the alongshore wind stress components with a moving wind field over the continental shelf. Hurricanes Carla (1961), Audrey (1957), and the 1949 storm were used for calibration. Other storms were used to verify the method. Surge hydrographs are presented for several locations along the coast to show the effects of varying the standard project hurricane parameters.
Subject Headings: Storm surges | Hurricanes and typhoons | Hydrographs | Equations of motion | Coastal environment | Storms | Wind engineering | Hydrodynamics | Numerical methods | North America | Texas | United States
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