# 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...*

A New LAX-WENDROFF Algorithm to Solve the Bed Continuity Equation With Slope Effect

*The numerical simulation of mobile bed evolutions of seas, estuaries and rivers requires a morphological model, including the effects of waves, currents and sediment transport, as well...*

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...*

Evaluation of Depth-Limited Wave Breaking Criteria

*Numerous criteria exists for predicting incipient wave breaking. These criteria were verified with a limited number of data sets or under limited number of data sets or under limited beach...*

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...*

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...*

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...*

Empirical Performance Comparison for Symbolic and Subsymbolic Learning Systems

*The paper gives a description of a comparative study of two learning systems based on symbolic and subsymbolic learning. The two systems' performance was analyzed using the overall empirical...*

Estimating Sediment Relative Density Using an Impact Core Sampler and Wave Equation-based Pile Analysis

*This paper presents a case history in which soil sample drive resistance was modeled with a wave equation-based pile analysis computer program to estimate in situ sediment relative densities...*

Compressibility for Sand Under One-Dimensional Loading Condition

*Empirical equations for one dimensional compression of sand do not include parameters characterizing properties of sand grains (e.g. moduli, size and shape of sand grains, and friction...*

Poorer Is Riskier: Opportunity for Change

*With regard to water resources, it is appropriate to build upon two interacting themes of the late Aaron Wildavsky (1988). The first of Wildavsky's themes is the idea of resiliency. The...*

Computing Two Dimensional Flood Propagation with a High Resolution Extension of McCormack's Method

*McCormack's method, as applied for solving the bidimensional de Saint Venant equations is enhanced with the aid of the theory of Total Variation Diminishing (TVD) schemes in order to obtain...*

Modelling of Flood Wave Propagation Over Flat Dry Areas of Complex Topography in Presence of Different Infrastructures

*After a description of the general equations which govern the propagation of a 2D flood wave (shallow water equations), a review of the scientific publications on the integration of their...*

Formation and Propagation of Steep Waves: An Investigative Experimental Interpretation

*From the end of the last century, many Authors have studied experimentally the formation and the propagation of steep waves on dry flume bottom. Up to the present time, however, some aspects...*

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