Design and Construction of the Pier J Breakwaters at the Port of Long Beach, Californiaby Russell H. Boudreau, P.E., Moffatt and Nichol Engineers, 250 West Wardlow Road, Long Beach, CA 90808,
Michael G. Ellis, Connolly-Pacific Company, 1925 Pier D Street, Long Beach, CA 90802,
Allen M. Yourman, Jr., Diaz-Yourman and Associates, 17461 Irvine Blvd, Tustin, CA 92680,
Abstract: Several different alternatives to mitigate surge activity were investigated. The most acceptable solution was a pair of new breakwaters that altered the basin geometry to change the basin response characteristics. Thus, detailed physical and numerical model studies were conducted to identify the optimum breakwater configuration. This paper focuses on the cross section design, construction methods and construction monitoring.
Subject Headings: Construction management | Breakwaters | Construction methods | Beaches | Piers | Ship motion | Model analysis | Numerical models | Mathematical models | Basins | Numerical analysis | North America | California | United States
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