By V.C. Lakhan (Eds.)
This e-book unifies and complements the accessibility of latest scholarly study on advances in coastal modeling. A accomplished spectrum of leading edge versions addresses the broad variety and multifaceted points of coastal examine at the advanced common tactics, dynamics, interactions and responses of the coastal supersystem and its linked subsystems.
The twenty-one chapters, contributed through across the world well-known coastal specialists from fourteen nations, offer necessary insights at the fresh advances and current cutting-edge wisdom on coastal versions that are crucial for not just illuminating the governing coastal approach and diverse features, but in addition for figuring out and predicting the dynamics at paintings within the coastal approach.
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2000b. Reproduced with permission of ASCE). 29 values reasonably well, but the correction still remains to be made in most two-dimensional (2-D) models. Overall, results for longshore currents agree well with data in both laboratory and field settings, providing encouragement that the models are ready to use in realistic settings. 2. Shear Waves Based on observations by Oltman-Shay et al. (1989), Bowen and Holman (1989) examined the linear stability problem for longshore currents and showed that currents are likely to be unstable for a range of realistic conditions.
2000a). 23 5 | | | | | h=Ocm 0 -5 5 I I I I I i I I I I ! 5cm 0 LL -5 5 h=2Ocm o -5 5 h=25cm 0 -5 5 h=3Ocm 0 -5 5 h=35cm 0 -5 20 25 30 35 Time (s) 40 45 50 Figure 13. Computed (dash line) and measured (solid line) free surface elevations and shoreline runup for a bichromatic wave train shoaling on a plane beach. Data from Mase (1995). , 2000a. Reproduced with permission of ASCE). Fig. 13 shows an example of bichromatic waves shoaling over a plane beach, including breaking and runup effects. Data is from the laboratory study of Mase (1995).
Nonlinear evolution of shear instabilities of the longshore current: A comparison of observations and computations. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104: 25,953-25,984. , 1998. Surf zone currents. Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics, 10: 295309. , 2001. Boussinesq waves on flows with arbitrary vorticity.
Advances in Coastal Modeling by V.C. Lakhan (Eds.)