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Ocean wave transmission, reflection and absorption by rows of vertical structures along the coastline

@inproceedings{Mrigaud2021OceanWT,
  title={Ocean wave transmission, reflection and absorption by rows of vertical structures along the coastline},
  author={Alexis M{\'e}rigaud and Benjamin Thiria and Ramiro Godoy-Diana},
  year={2021}
}
Large arrays of wave-absorbing structures could serve the double objective of coastal protection against erosion and clean, renewable electrical power production. In this work, the principle of an artificial canopy is explored, which consists of vertical structures, arranged in rows parallel to the coastline. Sea waves, which propagate towards the shore, interact with the obstacle rows. A part of the wave energy is reflected back towards the ocean, another part is transmitted to the shoreline… 

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