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A Hybrid Finite-Volume and Finite Difference Scheme for Depth-Integrated Non-Hydrostatic Model
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Jing YIN, Jia-wen SUN, Xing-gang WANG, Yong-hai YU, Zhao-chen SUN
Research on the Effects of in-Line Oscillatory Flow on the Vortex-Induced Motions of A Deep Draft Semi-Submersible in Currents
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Fan WU, Long-fei XIAO, Ming-yue LIU, Xin-liang TIAN
Lateral Vibration Behavior Analysis and TLD Vibration Absorption Design of the Soft Yoke Single-Point Mooring System
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Bai-cheng LYU, Wen-hua WU, Wei-an YAO, Yu DU
Prediction of Height and Period Joint Distributions for Stochastic Ocean Waves
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Ying-guang WANG
Sampling Surface Particle Size Distributions and Stability Analysis of Deep Channel in the Pearl River Estuary
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Hao-chuan FENG, Wei ZHANG, Yu-liang ZHU, Zhi-yi LEI, Xiao-mei JI
Experimental Study on the Bed Shear Stress Under Breaking Waves
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Si-yu HAO, Yun-feng XIA, Hua XU
Expected Sliding Distance of Vertical Slit Caisson Breakwater
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Hyawn KIM Dong
Extension of the Frequency-Domain pFFT Method for Wave Structure Interaction in Finite Depth
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Bin TENG, Zhi-jie SONG
Effect of Peak Perforation on Flow Past A Conic Cylinder at <i>Re</i>=100: Drag, Lift and Strouhal Number
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Li-ming LIN, Xing-fu ZHONG, Ying-xiang WU
Wave Interactions with Multiple Semi-Immersed Jarlan-Type Perforated Breakwaters
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C_{T}; reflection coefficient C_{R}, and energy dissipation coefficient C_{E} coefficients and the horizontal wave force exerted on the front and rear walls are examined. The results show that C_{R} reaches the maximum value when B/L = 0.46n while it is smallest when B/L=0.46n+0.24 (n=0, 1, 2,...). An economical triple semi-immersed Jarlan-type perforated breakwater can be designed with B/L = 0.25 and C_{R} and C_{T} ranging from 0.25 to 0.32 by choosing a relative draft d/h of 0.35 and a permeability parameter of the perforated front walls being 0.5 for an incident wave number kh nearly equal to 2.0. The triple semi-immersed Jarlan-type perforated breakwaters with significantly reduced C_{R}, will enhance the structure’s wave absorption ability, and lead to smaller wave forces compared with the double one. The proposed model may be used to predict the response of a structure in the preliminary design stage for practical engineering.]]>313341349
ELBISY Moussa S.
Experimental Study on Mean Overtopping of Sloping Seawall Under Oblique Irregular Waves
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β increases for a fixed measurement point and the mean overtopping discharge generally increases as the wave steepness H/L decreases (the cycle increases) for a fixed relative wave obliquity.]]>313350356
Deng-ting WANG, Lie-hong JU, Jia-ling ZHU, Zhen WANG, Tian-ting SUN, Wei-qiu CHEN
Influence of Turbulence Intensity and Turbulence Length Scale on the Drag, Lift and Heat Transfer of A Circular Cylinder
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4, the turbulence intensity Tu_{f} and the dimensionless turbulence length scale ${\overline L_{{\rm f}}$ varying from 1.0% to 40% and from 0.25 to 4.0, respectively. We confirmed that the increase of Tu_{f} leads to the suppression of the periodic vortex shedding from the cylinder surface, and as a result the stationary mode of streamlining is formed. Consequently, with the increasing turbulence intensity directly in front of the cylinder Tu^{*}, the amplitude of the lift coefficient decreases monotonically. Nevertheless, the time-averaged drag coefficient of the streamlined cylinder decreases at Tu^{*}<6.0%, and increases atTu^{*}>9.0%. The dependence of the average Nusselt number onTu^{*} is near-linear, and with the increasing turbulence intensity, the Nusselt number rises. However, the change of the average Nusselt number depending on ${\overline L_{\rm f}$ is non-monotonic and at ${\overline L_{\rm f}$=1.0, the value reaches its maximum.]]>313357363
Morenko I.V., Fedyaev V.L.
Study of Hydrodynamic Characteristics of A Sharp Eagle Wave Energy Converter
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Ya-qun ZHANG, Song-wei SHENG, Ya-ge YOU, Zhen-xin HUANG, Wen-sheng WANG
Experimental Investigation on the Hydrodynamic Performance of A Wave Energy Converter
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R_{M}) of the oscillator and carrier. Experimental results show that these factors greatly affect the energy conversion performance, especially when the wave period matches R_{M} and PTO damping. According to the results, we conclude that: (a) the maximization of the relative displacements and velocities leads to the maximization of the energy conversion efficiency; (b) the larger the wave height, the higher the energy conversion efficiency will be; (c) the relationships of energy conversion efficiency with wave period, PTO damping, and R_{M} are nonlinear, but the maximum efficiency is obtained when these three factors are optimally matched. Experimental results demonstrated that the energy conversion efficiency reached the peak at 28.62% when the wave height was 120 mm, wave period was 1.0 s, R_{M} was 0.21, and the PTO damping was corresponding to the resistance of 100 Ω.]]>313370377
Xiong-bo ZHENG, Yong MA, Liang ZHANG, Jin JIANG, Heng-xu LIU
Investigation on the Effect of Geometrical and Geotechnical Parameters on Elongated Offshore Piles Using Fuzzy Inference Systems
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AMINFAR Ali, MOJTAHEDI Alireza, AHMADI Hamid, AMINFAR Mohammad Hossain