eBook Coastal Structures 2011: Proceedings Of The 6th International Conference, 1st Edition

  • Published By: World Scientific Publishing Company
  • ISBN-10: 981441221X
  • ISBN-13: 9789814412216
  • DDC: 627.58
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1592 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released December 2014
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Coastal Structures are undergoing renewal and innovation to better serve the needs of our society, from environmental co-existence and habitat enhancement to risk management. The CSt2011 conference is the sixth in a series that highlights coastal disaster preparedness and ocean utilization in a changing climate. The conferences have frequently yielded milestone works and highly cited references in the field.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Foreword.
Acknowledgements.
Contents.
1: Keynotes.
2: Impact of Global Warming and Adaptation Strategy in the Coastal Zone.
3: Energy from Ocean Wind – Markets and Technology.
4: THESEUS-Coastal Risks in a Changing Climate.
5: Innovative Tehcnologies for Safer European Coasts in a Changing Climate.
6: Coastal Risk Assessment in a Time-Varying Climate.
7: Combination of Submerged Structures and Floating Breakwater for Coastal Protection.
8: Modelling Coastal Flood Vulnerability at Cesenatico, Northern Adriatic Sea, Italy.
9: Maintenance of Beach and Dune for Coastal Flooding Reduction.
10: Wave Dragon Wave Energy Converters Used as Coastal Protection.
11: An Experimental Evaluation of Wave Energy Dissipation Due to Submerged Structures.
12: Sea Level Rise.
13: Coastal Structures & Sea Level Rise: An Optimized Adaptive Management Approach.
14: Assessments of Early Adaptations Due to Sea-Level Rises and Storm Surges in Asian and Oceanic Coastal Zones.
15: Sea Level Rise and the Increase in Rubble Mound Breakwater Damage.
16: Effect of Sea Level Rise and Increase in Typhoon Intensity on Coastal Structures in Tokyo Bay.
17: Wave Overtopping Simulator.
18: Design and Operation of the US Wave Overtopping Simulator.
19: Testing Levee Slope Resiliency at the New Colorado State University Wave Overtopping Test Facility.
20: Destructive Wave Overtopping Tests on Flemish Dikes.
21: Wave Overtopping Resistance of Grassed Dike Slopes in Vietnam.
22: Method to Quantify the Notional Permeability.
23: Empirical Formula for Wave Overtopping on Vertical Structures: Difference on Wave Spectrum and Effects of Wave Period.
24: Multiphase Flow Simulation of Dynamic Behavior of Floating Panel for Wave Overtopping Reduction Under Regular Wave Action.
25: Coastal Structure Project.
26: Development of New Type Structures in Major Coastal Projects of Japan.
27: The Construction of an Open-Sea Port in the Mediterranean Sea Under Adverse Conditions: The Eitan Terminal, Port of Ashdod, Israel.
28: Numerical Simulations.
29: Large Eddy Simulation for Settling Block Using Euler-Lagrange Coupling Approach.
30: The Immersed Body Method Combined with Mesh Adaptivity for Fluid-Solid Coupling.
31: Simulation of Flip-Through Wave Impact by CMPS Method with SPS-Turbulence Model.
32: Surface Water Waves Induced Hydrodynamics Around Breakwater Heads: 3D Navier Stokes Approach.
33: Numerical Simulation on Moored Floating Body in Wave by Improved MPS Method.
34: Modelling Breakwater Armour Layers and the Dynamic Response of Armour Units.
35: Ocean Energy.
36: Development of Wave Energy Utilization in Japan.
37: Oscillating Water Column Wave Energy Converters at the Coast: A Review and Forward Look.
38: Hydrodynamic Stability Analysis of Oscillating Water Column (OWC) Wave Energy Caisson.
39: Low Cost Wave Power Conversion by Pendulor Device Utilizing Existing Solid Walled Coastal Structures.
40: Performance Evaluation of a Point Absorber Wave Energy Converter.
41: Statistic Study on Joint Distribution of Offshore Waves and Winds in Japan Using NOWPHAS GPS Buoy Data.
42: Wind Energy Utilization by Use of Middle Sized Wind Turbine in Coastal Area.
43: Study of the Potential for Using Wind Power on Ships.
44: Rubble Mound & Berm Breakwaters.
45: Stability of Rubble Mound Breakwaters with a Berm: The Upper Slope.
46: Front Slope Stability of the Icelandic-Type Berm Breakwater.
47: Movable Structures.
48: Three-Dimensional Hydroelastic Physical Model of Neutrally Buoyant Sector Gates in the New Orleans Storm Surge Barrier.
49: Hydraulic Boundary Conditions and the Development of Structure Geometry for the Inner Harbor Navigation Canal Surge Barrier Project, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
50: Field Experimental Project of Flap-Gate Breakwater for Tsunami and Storm Surge Protection.
51: Research and Development of Flap-Gate Breakwater for Wave Protection.
52: Wave-Structure Interaction.
53: Experimental Study on Damage to Wave Splash Barrier for a Coastal Road.
54: Study on Wave Transmission Through Bridge Piers.
55: Study of New-Type Long-Period Wave Absorber Utilizing Wave Non-Linearity.
56: Wave Force.
57: Impact Forces on a Vertical Pile from Plunging Breaking Waves.
58: Forces and Subpressures on Non-Overtoppable Vertical Breakwaters.
59: Wave Loads on a Multi-Purpose Platform in Vado Ligure (Italy).
60: Hydrodynamic Loading of Wave Return Walls on Top of Seaside Promenades.
61: Wave Rump and Overtopping.
62: Runup Formulation for Seawalls Near Shoreline.
63: A Method for Determination of Run-Up Front Velocities on Dikes in Oblique and Short-Crested Waves.
64: Laboratory Investigation of Breakwater Crown Walls Comprised of Permeable Rock Cages.
65: Rubble Mound Breakwater & Wave Transmission.
66: Analysis and Design of Refurbishment for Unusual Damage to a Rubble Mound Breakwater.
67: A Study of Group Wave Effects on Internal Waterlevel Variation in Permeable Breakwater.
68: Further Developments in a New Formulation of Wave Transmission.
69: Probabilistic Design & Life Cycle Evaluation.
70: CS sim: Breakwater-Harbor Time-Dependent Life-Cycle Analysis Software.
71: Optimum Design for Breakwaters Covered with Wave Dissipating Blocks by Minimum Life Cycle Cost.
72: Rationalization of Safety Factors for Breakwater Design in Hurricane-Prone Areas.
73: Forecasting of Damage Level of Maritime Strucutres Caused by Typhoons Based on Improved Ewe Method.
74: Wave & Vertical Breakwater Interaction.
75: Stokes Second-Order Wave Interaction with Vertical Slotted Wall Breakwater.
76: Wave Loading, Overtopping and Transmission of Low Crest Caisson Breakwaters.
77: Interaction of Solitary Wave and a Bottom-Mounted Barrier: Experiment and Rans Modeling.
78: On Mechanics of Short-Crested Nonlinear Sea Wave Groups Interacting with an Upright Breakwater.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
1: Artificial Blocks.
2: Armor Unit Placement, Randomness and Porosity of Cube and Cubipod Armor Layers.
3: Development of a Nursery Block for Snow Crabs Ensuring Stable Behavior During Free Drop in Water.
4: Imaging Technique to Measure Deformations of Wave-Dissipating Structures.
5: Stability of Blocks.
6: Effects of Wave Steepness and Wave Breaking on Stability of Wave Dissipating Blocks.
7: Design and Verification of High Stability Wave Dissipating Block.
8: Stability of Block Revetments on Low Crested Breakwaters.
9: Damage Evaluation Using the Damage Depth.
10: Statistical Chracteristics of Deformation Quantity of Rubble Mound Seawall.
11: Evaluation of the Critical Condition on Armor Block Stability for Submerged Breakwaters.
12: Numerical Modeling.
13: A Numerical Investigation of the Influence of Friction and Vibration on Laboratory Scale Armour Unit Layers.
14: Refined Wave Impact Pressure Calculations by an Enhanced Particle Method.
15: Computer Simulation of Yeong-IL Man New Harbor for Harbor Resonance.
16: Modelling Beach Topography Evolution Due to Waves and Currents in the Vicinity of Coastal Structures.
17: Numerical Study on Typhoon Wave-Induced Damages on a Breakwater.
18: Numerical Wave-Structure Interaction.
19: Effect of Mooring Angle on the Interactions Between Waves and Floating Breakwater.
20: Interaction of Surface and Internal Waves with Very Large Floating Structures.
21: Experimental and Numerical Study on Cross-Shore Volume Flux Over a Submerged Breakwater.
22: Wave-Seabed-Structure Interaction.
23: Dynamic Response of PBA Revetments and Subsoil to Wave Loads.
24: Numerical Simulation on Local Scouring Around Bottom-Mounted Movable Short Cylinder.
25: Temporal and Spatial Responses Between Caisson Type Breakwater and Seabed Caused by Wave-Induced Liquefaction.
26: Hydro-Geotechnical Stability of Rubble Mound Breakwaters Under Wave Action.
27: Coastal Environment.
28: Characteristics of Turbidity Dispersion Due to Disposal of Dredged Sediments into the Bottom of Stratified Water Column.
29: Ecological Modeling of Emergent Vegetation for Sustaining Wetlands in High Wave Energy Coastal Environments.
30: Coastal Habitat Restoration Using Detached Breakwaters as Refuge.
31: Storm Disaster.
32: Disaster by High Waves on the Coast of Nyuzen Fishing Port, in February, 2008.
33: High Waves Disaster of Fishing Ports in Sado Island on February, 2008.
34: Design Wave & Storm Surge.
35: A Case Study Regarding the Relationship Between Wave Period and Wave Height En the Caspian Sea, the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman.
36: Storm Surge Mapping in the Caribbean - A Call for Regional Guidelines.
37: Diffractive Uncertainty Toward the Future Estimation of Return Wave Height.
38: A Caution Against Use of Annual Maximum Data for Design Wave Selection.
39: Geotextile & Concrete Mattress.
40: Large-Scale Physical Model Tests on Sand-Filled Geotextile Tubes and Containers under Wave Attack.
41: Geotextile Tube Used for Pemex Marine Facilities Protection.
42: Field and Laboratory Studies for Constructing Geotextile Structure on High-Energy Japanese Beaches.
43: Articulated Concrete Mattress for Submarine Pipeline Protection: Evaluation of the Wave-Induced Forces and Stability Analysis.
44: Construction & Rehabilitation.
45: Breakwater Construction under Severe Wave Attack.
46: Resistance of Aged Asphaltic Concrete to Wave Attack.
47: Rehabilitation of a Concrete Dry-Dock.
48: Case Studies.
49: Reengineering of the South Coast of Barbados for Social Enhancement / Coastal Zoning and Vulnerability Assessment. Application to the South and West Coast of Barbados, W.I..
50: Advanced Marine Works for Deepwater Immersed Tunnel in the Bosphorus Strait.
51: Basic Design of a Fish-Tail Like Marine Structure for Flares of a LNG Plant.
52: Detail Conformal Study on Basin, Turning Circle and Navigation Channel LNG and LPG Carriers in Berthing Zone of Iran LNG National Project and Its Calibration with Japanees Standards.
53: Modelling and Design of a Porous Dike Cooling Water Intake Structure.
54: A Newly Developed Resonator to Attenuate Very Long Waves.
55: Tsunami Wave Force.
56: Large-Scale Wave Basin Experiments on the Influence of Large Obstacles on Tsunami Inundation Forces.
57: Experimental Study of Structures Impacted by Simulated Tsunami Bore.
58: Tsunami Prevention Measures.
59: Development of Vertically Telescopic Breakwater and Its Practical Application.
60: Experimental Research on Detached Breakwaters' Effect on Tsunami Disaster Mitigation.
61: Coastal Trees as a Tsunami Barrier Structure - Their Morphology and Hydraulic Resistance.
62: Characteristics of Wave Pressure and Fluid Force Acting on Bridge Beam by Tsunami.
63: Tsunami Simulation & Observation.
64: Wave Behavior in Tokyo Bay Caused by a Tsunami or Long-Period Ground Motions.
65: Field Survey and Analysis of Tsunami Disaster in the Samoan Islands 2009.
66: Complex Hydrodynamics of Local Tsunamis in Chile.
67: Shore Protection.
68: Cross-Shore Profile Response to Storm Waves: Slapton Sands Beach, UK.
69: Discussion of Overwash Prevention Construction on the Northern Part of Sendai Coast.
70: Impacts of Coastal Protection Structures Around Rosetta Promontory on Large Scale Morphology Change of the Nile River Delta.
71: Erosion & Sediment Transport.
72: Dike Erosion Strength after Initial Damage - Large Scale Model Testing.
73: Modeling Regional Sediment Transport and Tidal Inlet Development.
74: The Effect of Sendai Port Breakwater to Sediment Movement on Its Vicinity.
75: Geotechnical Design.
76: Two-Dimensional Numerical Analysis of Wave-Induced Instability of Artificial Shallow Composed of Dredged Soil.
77: Optimum Partial Factors for Reliability Based Design of Slip Circle Analysis of Gravity Type Quay Walls.
78: Reliability Based Approach to Marine Geotechnical (Soil Consolidation) System.
79: Effect of Permeability on Liquefaction-Induced Lateral Flow in Shaking Table Tests.
80: Poster Sessions.
81: The Attractive Port Facilities of the Seto Inland Sea.
82: OI Container Wharf Redevelopment Project - Regeneration of the port using existing stocks –.
83: The Storm Surge Protection Breakwater in the Port of Nagoya.
84: A Study on Eco-Friendly Breakwater in Okinawa.
85: Construction and Field Observation of High Mound Composite Seawall at Mori Port.
86: Ports of Ibaraki.
87: New Runway Project of Haneda Airport.
88: A Study on Tsunami Propagation Modeling for Southern Coastal Areas of Sri Lanka.
89: Kansai International Airport Project.
90: Advanced Development of Container Terminals at the Port of Yokohama.
91: Storm Surge Protection in Mabori Beach of Yokosuka Harbor.
92: First Project of Immense Reclamation in Tokyo Bay, Japan.
93: Starting of Reclamation Project and Appearance of Industrial Zone.
94: Development of Keihin Industrial Zone After Great Kanto Earthquake.
95: The World's Deepest Breakwater, Kamaishi-Port Tsunami Protection Breakwater.
96: Advanced Technology for Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge.
97: Kawasaki Port Tunnel.
98: Offshore Expansion Project of Haneda Airport.
99: Artificial Tidal Flat Project at Port of Onomichi-Itozaki.
100: Automatic Mooring and Discharge System of the Kaisho-Maru, a Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger Combined Oil Recovery Vessel.
101: Guide to the Tokyo Wan Aqua-Line.
102: Beach Erosion Control on Niigata West Coast.
Author Index.