Nonlinearity in Wave Crest Statistics
The statistical properties of nonlinear wave crest amplitudes are discussed for a narrow-band random sea consistent with Stokes second-order wave theory. In particular, the probability...

New Program for the Marine Observation and Prediction Center of the Central Weather Bureau
With the increase of economic activities on the oceans and seas, the observation of marine phenomena and forecast services become more and more significant. The Central Weather Bureau...

Second Order Directional Wave Kinematics in Shallow Water
A theory numerical procedure were developed earlier to represent a real sea by the sum of many linear and second order directional wave components. Earlier publications showed that including...

Low-frequency Fluctuations of Suspended Sand and Wave Groups in the Surf Zone
Field observations of the sand suspension near the bottom in surf zone are presented and discussed. Calculated spectra of suspended sand concentration and wave envelope was found to be...

On Hurricane-Generated Seas
Two different situations in the relationship between wind speed and sea severity during hurricanes (and tropical cyclones) are clarified from analysis of measured data obtained by NOAA...

A Comparison of Wave Statistics in Uni- and Multidirectional Shoaling Seas
the transformation of six unidirectional and multidirectional seas propagating over a 1:25 planar beach are examined in a series of laboratory experiments. In all cases, the mean wave...

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...

Wave Run-Up and Reflection on a Permeable Sea Wall
The swash oscillation on a sloping seawall made of step-shaped concrete blocks, waves and water particle velocity in front of the seawall were measured. It was inferred that incident waves...

Wave Setup Near a Seawall: Experiments and a Numerical Model

Intentions and Credences – An Australian Approach to Computerised Building Regulation
In the past, computer representation of building regulations has addressed a series of prescriptive requirements. Compliance with each requirement was essential and the only relationship...

Climate Warming and Great Lakes Management
A decision-analysis approach to determining the relevance of information on climate change for near-term Great Lakes management decisions is outlined. Simplified applications to decisions...

Coastal Eutrophication and Temperature Variation
A 3-D hydroecological model has been developed to simulate the impact of climate-change-induced daily temperature variation on coastal water quality and eutrophication. Historical daily...

Kent, Edward
In order to perform conservative scour analyses for coastal bridge sites it is necessary to develop realistic hydraulic simulations which provide worst case estimates of depth and velocity....

Simulation of Wave and Beach Profile Change in SUPERTANK Seawall Tests

Review of Works Using CRIEPI Flume and Present Work

Wave Impacts on Sea Walls and Breakwaters

Tide- and Stormdriven Sediment Transport on the Inner-Shelf Along the Dutch Coast

Technical Area 5 - Dredging Research Program

Dredged Material Dispersion and Accumulation at a Deep Ocean Disposal Site: Comparison of Monitoring Study Results and Model Predictions

Sediment Dispersion and Footprint Modeling Initial Characterization at a Deep Disposal Site

 

 

 

 

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