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URN etd-0729109-165408
Author Ting-Yu Dai
Author's Email Address m965040007@student.nsysu.edu.tw
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Department Marine Environment and Engineering
Year 2008
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Field study of wave run-up
Date of Defense 2009-07-28
Page Count 80
Keyword
  • run-up
  • field study
  • Abstract It is important to estimate the quantity of wave run-up and overtopping in
    seawall design. Previous study on the investigations of run-up is carried out mostly in
    the laboratories, it seldom perform in field measurements. About previous wave
    run-up equation can’t accurately estimate run-up elevation. According to run-up data,
    this study hope that it can make the formula to meet the actual local situation. It can
    have a better reference by designing coastal structures.
    This paper study wave run-up during five typhoons by
    Kalmaegi ,Fung-Wong,Nuri, Hagupit,and Jangmi. It measuring wave height , water
    level,and topography.
    These data show that the run-up elevation in bay higher than in breakwater. It
    shows that wave pass through a submerged breakwater can decay wave height.
    Analysis of measured data and found that when the wave height is about 1~4
    meter with 1/(H0/L0)0.5 has a good correlation. It similar to some past researchers.
    Experience equations close to measured value when wave height smaller than 4
    meter. When wave height more than 4 meter, the empirical prediction value is larger
    than measured value. Wave run-up doesn’t have good theory, and experience
    equations different about every field. The empirical equations depends on the scene to
    investigate the effects of various parameter.
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    Date of Submission 2009-07-29

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