# Computer-Based Wave Equation Analysis of Pile Driveability

The Strain Equation -- Incidence on Buried Steel Pipe Design

Manning's Equation and the Internal Combustion Engine

Flow Resistance: Friction or Energy

Field Data on Parameters of Stochastic Open-Channel Flow

Inertially Favorable Trajectories for Robot Motion in Space

*Robot manipulators generally display non-linear coupled dynamic forces which increase with speed. Efficiencies can be achieved by finding trajectories which take advantage of those inertial...*

Thermoelastic Theory of Cylindrical Sandwich Shells with Piezoelectric Sensors or Actuators

*Cylindrical sandwich shells with piezoelectric longitudinal and ring elements bonded to the outer and inner surfaces are considered in this paper. Thermal effects are included in the analysis,...*

Some Aspects of Determination of Pile Capacity by the Wave Equation

*This paper presents some new observations made during correlation study of pile capacity computed by wave equation analysis with failure load from static test. In order to determine proper...*

Tributary Loading with a Terrain Following Coordinate System

*The modeling of physical processes that occur in a tributary between the farthest downstream gage and the lake interface can help to improve the predictive capabilities of Great Lakes...*

An Energy Based Model for Coastal Bays and Lakes

*The North American Great Lakes have numerous tributary bays and small lakes along their coastline that open directly to the Great Lakes through natural or engineered channels. As a consequence...*

Conservation Properties of the Mild Slope and Boussinesq Equations

*Common water wave evolution equations, such as the mild slope equation, parabolic approximations and Boussinesq equations, are approximate statements of conservation laws. A feasible measure...*

Nonlinear Decomposition of a 2-D Wave Field

*Based on an understanding of nonlinear wave interaction in dual component wave, a new numerical scheme allowing for hybrid wave-mode modeling has been developed. in the hybrid wave-mode...*

Wave Runup on and Wave Reflection from Coastal Structures

*Wave runup and wave reflection are two of the most important, easily quantifiable variables that influence the design of coastal structures. Unfortunately there are very few comprehensive...*

Propagation of Linear Gravity Waves Over Slowly Varying Depth and Currents

*A detailed derivation of some kinematic and dynamic properties linear surface gravity waves-current interaction. The obtained expressions, which are exact within the framework of linear...*

A Second-Generation Wave Model for Coastal Wave Prediction

*A second-generation numerical wave model, WINDWAVE, has been developed for wave prediction in coastal regions. The modal is based on the numerical integration of the energy balance equation...*

Nonlinear Effects on Wave Envelope and Phase

*The representation of second-order random waves is examined in terms of the effect of second-order nonlinearities on the wave envelope and phase. Theoretical expressions describing the...*

Spectral Boussinesq Modelling of Breaking Waves

*Random waves passing over a shallow bar are considered, in particular the amplification of bound harmonics in shoaling water, their subsequent release in deepening water, and the role...*

The Significance of Hydrodynamic Forces in Coastal Embankment Design

*The dynamic forces of sea water and backfill soil acting on coastal embankment are analyzed by using a new finite-difference method. The Euler's equation and continuity equation are used...*

ASA.WAVES: An Interactive PC-based Wave Forecasting Tool

*An interactive PC-based system for wave refraction-diffraction in coastal regions has been developed, based on a Mild-slope equation finite element wave model. The system includes an embedded...*

Concurrent E-I Algorithm in Structural Dynamics

*A concurrent explicit-implicit algorithm for time integration of the differential equations arising from a finite element discretization is described. The first step of the method consists...*

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