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Experiments of perforated breakwater with a wave-absorbing chamber
|關鍵字:||breakwater;防波堤;wave-absorbing chamber;peforated;消波艙;開孔||出版社:||土木工程學系所||引用:||1.謝世楞、李炎保、吳永強、谷漢斌(2006) “圆弧面防波堤波浪力初步研究”，海洋工程，Vol. 24, No.1, 14-18. 2.Hoquea, A., Aoki, S., (2008) “Air entrainment and associated energy dissipation in steady and unsteady plunging jets at free surface,” Proc. Ocean Research 30 37–45 3.Chen, X., Li, Y., Teng, B., (2006.) “Numerical and simplified methods for the calculation of the total horizontal wave force on a perforated caisson with a top cover.” Coastal Engineering, Vol. 54, Issue 1, January 2007, Pages 67-75 4.Goda, Y., Suzuki, Y., (1976), “Estimation of incident and reflected waves in random wave experiments.” Proc. 15th Coastal Engineering Conference, Hawaii. pp. 828–845. 5.Goda, Y. (1985),“Random Seas and Design of Maritime Structures,” University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, Japan. 6.Hirt, C.W., Nichols, B.D., (1981.) “Volume of fluid method for the dynamics of free boundaries.” Journal of Computational Physics 39, 201– 225. 7.Jarlan, G.E., (1961.), “A perforated vertical wall breakwater.” Dock & Harbour Authority 41 (486),394–398. 8.Lemos, C.M., (1992.) “A simple numerical technique for turbulent flow with free surface.” International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 15, 127– 146. 9.Li, Y.C., Dong, G.H., Liu, H.J., Sun, D.P., (2003.), “The reflection of oblique incident waves by breakwaters with double-layered perforated wall.” Coastal Engineering, Vol. 50, 47–60. 10.Liu, Y., Li, Y., Teng, B., Jiang, J., Ma, B., (2008.), “Total horizontal and vertical forces of irregular waves on partially perforated caisson breakwaters.” Coastal Engineering, Vol. 55, 537–552 11.Mansard, E.P.D., Funke, E.R., (1980.), “The measurement of incident and reflected spectra using a least square method.” Proc. of 15th Coastal Engineering Conference 1, 154–172. 12.Marks, W. and Jarlan G. E. (1968), “Experimental studies on a fixed perforated breakwater,” Proc. of 11th Conf. on Coastal Engineering chapter 71, pp. 1121~1140. 13.Sekiguchi, S.I., Miyabe, S., Yamamoto, Y., Miwa, T., (2002.) “Development of a sloping-slit caisson breakwater.” Coastal Engineering Journal, Vol. 44, No. 3, 203 - 215. 14.Suh, K.D., Park, W.S., (1995.), “Wave reflection from perforated-wall caisson breakwaters.” Coastal Engineering, Vol. 26,177–193. 15.Suh, K.D., Park, W.S., Park, J.K. (2006), “Wave reflection from partially perforated-wallcaisson breakwater,” Proc. Ocean Engineering, Vol. 33, 264–280. 16.Tanimoto and Yoshimoto, 1982. K. Tanimoto and Y. Yoshimoto, “Theoretical and experiment study of reflection coefficient for wave dissipating caisson with a permeable front wall.” Report of Port and Harbour Research Institute 21 3 (1982), pp. 43–77 17.Takahashi, S. (1999), “Failure of composite breakwaters in Japan,” Proc. Lect. Port Harbar Res Inst. 18.Williams, A.N., Mansour, A.E.M., Lee, H.S., (2000.) “Simplified analytical solutions for wave interaction with absorbing-type caisson breakwaters.” Ocean Engineering 27, 1231–1248. 19.Yakhot, V., and Orszag, S. A. (1986.), “Renormalization group analysis of turbulence.” Journal of Scientific Computing 1, pp. 3–51. 20.Yakhot, V., and Smith, L.M., (1992.), “The renormalization group, the ε-expansion and derivation of turbulence models.” Journal of Scientific Computing 7, pp. 35–61.||摘要:||
In this thesis, a series of experiments were conducted for the investigations of the wave characteristics in front of a caisson breakwater with wave-absorbing chamber. The perforated wall of the wave chamber consists of sloping-slit in the upper part and vertical-slit in the lower part. In the experiments, both the time history of wave profiles and the wave pressures at the wall of caisson were measured, and compared with the numerical simulations using CFD code, Flow-3D. The experimental results show in very good agreement with the numerical results. The wave reflection from the breakwater and the wave pressure distribution on the wall were analyzed. Due to energy dissipation induced by the wave chamber, it was found that not only the wave reflection was reduced but the wave pressure was also reduced. The results showed that the wave reflection decreased with the relative width of the wave chamber to a minimum value then increased, for a fixed porosity of the perforated wall. For a fixed relative width of the wave chamber, the wave reflection decreased with the incident wave steepness. But the maximum wave pressure on the wall at the mean water level increased with the incident wave steepness.
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