Method for Treating the Stochastic Nature of Water Level and Wave Climate in Determining Economically Optimal Channel Depth at Small-Boat Harbors

by Peter L. Crawford, US Army Engr, Buffalo, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Coastal Zone '91

Abstract:

Engineering and economic aspects of channel depth at small-boat harbors is discussed. The concept of wave-adjusted water level is shown to be important to specifying channel bottom elevation. Methods for determining an approximate exceedance frequency distribution for wave-adjusted water level are described.



Subject Headings: Water waves | Water treatment | Stochastic processes | Frequency distribution | Economic factors | Wave climates | Frequency response | Ports and harbors

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