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URN etd-0904108-132710
Author Sheng-jia Lin
Author's Email Address m945040023@student.nsysu.edu.tw
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Department Marine Environment and Engineering
Year 2007
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Beach Profile Changes and Buffer Zone Requirement During a Storm
Date of Defense 2008-06-19
Page Count 111
Keyword
  • beach profile
  • SBEACH
  • buffer zone
  • Abstract The coastal planning has been developed in purpose of the “safely”, “landscaping”, “ecology” and “water affinity” in Taiwan nowadays. Moreover, the hendland bay beachs and beach nourishment have been hailed for the protection of shoreline. One of the main affection of erosion is a storm, which retreads shoreline and reduces nearshore by storm surge.
      This essay reports an application of 2-D SBEACH software to simulate the beach profile changes. The data of large wave tank (LWT), which tests by the Coastal Engineering Research Center (CERC), US Army Corps of Engineers, is used to calibrate the parameters by SBEACH. Then, using the results of experimentation to indicate the accuracy of model from Grosser Wellen Kanal (GWK), which tests by the University of Hannor. Finally, simulating beach profile, with a berm (height of 2.5m and width of 100m) and a slope of 1:25, is used to simulate the profile changes and analyze the results by different storm conditions from CECI. The purpose of this paper is to estimate the suitable distance of shoreline and location of bar for a beach buffer zone by SBEACH during different storm conditions.
      The present study confirms that the simulated results of shoreline erosion rate and the position of bar crest by SBEACH comform to the LWT and GWK experiments. The major parameters of SBEACH, the transport rate coefficient, K influences the sediment transport, coefficient for slope-dependent term, ε controls the slope of beach profile and shape of bar, the transport rate decay coefficient multiplier, Kb affects the shoreline erosion, and the landward surf zone depth, db influences the shape of berm. The result of analysis by SBEACH indicates that a constant slope beach profile changes by different storm conditions and the extent of non-dimensional shoreline retreat Xt/Lo is found in good linear relationship with deepwater wave steepness Ho/Lo. Therefore, the linear regress function is used to compute the less beach buffer zone in different storm conditions.
    Advisory Committee
  • Ching-piao Tsai - chair
  • Wen-juinn Chen - co-chair
  • John R-C. Hsu - advisor
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  • indicate in-campus access immediately and off_campus access in a year
    Date of Submission 2008-09-04

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