AbstractThe existing data gaps triggered the interest in developing the present experimental work, whose main goal is to contribute to a new whole understanding of the phenomena to mitigate future sea level rise impacts in European coastal structures, including the run-up and overtopping characterization on rough and permeable slopes. The key point is to extend the range of wave steepness values in run-up, overtopping and armour layer stability studies, focusing on oblique extreme wave conditions and on their effects on a sloping breakwater's trunk armour and roundhead.
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