WAVE CLIMATE SIMULATION AND BREAKWATER STABILITY

@inproceedings{Medina1997WAVECS,
  title={WAVE CLIMATE SIMULATION AND BREAKWATER STABILITY},
  author={Josep Medina},
  year={1997}
}
The nonstationarity of the sea waves is usually significant for periods longer than 3 hours (1,000 waves) with a correlation coefficent rHH(3) below 95% on most coasts of the world. Therefore, the actual engineering problem is to define an appropriate armor damage model applicable for nonstationary processes and not only for stationary sea states with a given storm duration. In deep water, five conditions are identified for any rational armor damage model to properly take into consideration the… CONTINUE READING

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