To study impact level of dominat parameters and propose estimate methodology for wave transmission efficiency of unconventional complex pile submerged breakwater

Nguyen Anh Tien

Abstract


This article proposes semi-empirical equations to estimate wave transmission coefficient through submerged complex with solid pile breakwater based on theories of random wave energy conservation of perpendicular wave transmission incorporated with physical hydraulic experiments in wave flume applied on both types of submerged breakwater with and without piles. These equations are able to describe interactions and energy dissipation process for each element of this complex structure which are foundation block and pile rows. Energy dissipation process depends on three major factors which are [relative submerge depth (Rc/Hm0), relative crest width (B/Hm0), wave slope at construction location (sm=Hm0/Lm)] and wave energy dissipation process through pile rows is determined by two major factors [relative submerged depth or submerged length of piles (Rc/Hm0), relative pile row width (Xb/Lm)].


Keywords


Semi-empirical equation, submerged complex structures with solid piles breakwater, submerged breakwater, permeable breakwater, wave dissipation piles, wave transmission coefficient, physical model, wave energy, definition factor.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15625/1859-3097/19/4/13080 Display counter: Abstract : 66 views. PDF : 22 views.

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