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
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
  • Price:  Sign in for price



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.
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.