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URN etd-0716112-123806
Author JING-HAN YANG
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Department Marine Environment and Engineering
Year 2011
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Experiments on reflection of solitary waves at a vertical wall
Date of Defense 2012-06-25
Page Count 179
Keyword
  • phase shift
  • maximal run-up
  • reflection
  • collection
  • solitary waves
  • Abstract   The research on collection or reflection of solitary waves mainly focus on numerical model and theoretical analytics, there are few study on experiment. due to the process on reaction of solitary waves are very short in times, and the waveform is also hardly to measure quantifiable.
      The method present in this paper that we setup a high speed camera at a fixed position, and a grid-point board is located in the water tank and out of the tank after pictured, then we capture the process on reflection of solitary wave at a wall by high speed camera, so that the waveform and the grid surface coincide. finally, we analyze the waveform within the grid by using image techniques.
      The results of this paper that present several important parameters in several relative wave height, such as maximal run-up, residual time, phase shift..et.al. the other hand, this paper compare the result of experiment with available evidences likes numerical model and theoretical analytics that found to be in quantitative agreement.
      In addition, this paper also present the result of experiment that could compare with the new phenomenon "residual falling jet”, it`s published by Chambarel.et.al (2009) numerical model.
    Advisory Committee
  • GUO,YI-YU - chair
  • CHANG,HSIEN-KUO - co-chair
  • LI,CHUNG-PAN - co-chair
  • CHEN,YANG-YI - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2012-07-16

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