by U.S. Army Coastal Engineering Research Center, available from National Technical Information Service in Fort Belvoir, Va, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||by William N. Seelig and John P. Ahrens.|
|Series||Technical paper - U.S. Army Coastal Engineering Research Center -- no. 80-3., Technical paper (Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)) -- no. 80-3.|
|Contributions||Ahrens, John P.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Estimating nearshore conditions for irregular waves Item Preview remove-circle Estimating nearshore conditions for irregular waves by Seelig, William N; Ahrens, Pages: Estimating nearshore significant wave height for irregular waves Item Preview remove-circle Estimating nearshore significant wave height for irregular waves by Seelig, William N; Coastal Engineering Research Center This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. Estimating nearshore significant wave height for irregular waves / Related Titles. Series: Coastal engineering technical aid ; no. By. Seelig, William N. Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.) Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Estimating nearshore conditions for irregular waves / by William N. Seelig and John P. Ahrens. By William N. Seelig, John P. Ahrens and Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.) Topics: Continental shelf, Ocean waves.
In this paper, the method to assess the impact of sea level rise under regular waves, as proposed by Townend (), is extended to irregular waves in order to estimate the changes in nearshore significant waves and the parameters related to hydraulic performance and stability of inclined coastal relative changes in wavelength, refraction coefficient, shoaling coefficient, and. An iterative feed back process between the wave module and the nearshore current module was carried out to obtain the steady state condition, as shown in Fig. order to reach the steady state condition, the wave field calculation was updated by taking the average wave field between the previous and present iteration to compute the nearshore current field for the next iteration. estimate near shore wave height from digital video sequences. This study utilizes a newly available field collected full-scale dataset of breaking wave conditions to investigate the accuracy. The nearshore wave characteristics and variations in littoral drift (longshore sediment transport; LST) are estimated based on different approaches for four years along the Vengurla coast, with comparable wind-sea and swell energy assessed. The waverider buoy-measured data at 15 m water depth is utilized as the input wave parameters along with the reanalysis model data, and the numerical wave.
RE: Estimating Nearshore Conditions for irregular waves RWF (Civil/Environmental) 11 Mar 03 Although it is not new, the program CHAMP (Coastal Hazards Analysis and Modeling Program) available free from FEMA may be helpful to you. Waves transgressing the nearshore are generally in intermediate depths until a point a bit seaward of the breaker zone and in shallow water in the breaker and surf zones. Because there is a spectrum of waves affecting the coast at any time and because wave conditions vary with exposure and storm intensity, the choice of a particular wave to. Regular and Irregular Waves Ocean waves are almost always irregular or random. Irregular waves can be viewed as the superposition of a number of regular waves (wave components) with different frequencies and amplitudes. A regular wave (wave component) has a single frequency (wavelength) and amplitude (height). Irregular Waves: long-crested &. The goal of the study was to provide an estimation technique that was as good as existing formulas for breaking wave run-up and better at estimating nonbreaking wave run-up. For irregular waves.