LARGE-SCALE PHYSICAL MODELLING OF A BROKEN SOLITARY WAVE IMPACT ON RIGID AND NON-RIGID BOX-LIKE STRUCTURES
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Krautwald, C., Stolle, J., Hitzegrad, J., Niebuhr, P., Goseberg, N., Nistor, I., & Sieder, M. (2020). LARGE-SCALE PHYSICAL MODELLING OF A BROKEN SOLITARY WAVE IMPACT ON RIGID AND NON-RIGID BOX-LIKE STRUCTURES . Coastal Engineering Proceedings, (36v), structures.19. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36v.structures.19

Abstract

Designing tsunami-safe buildings relies on engineering codes to estimate induced loads. The only such design code, written in mandatory language is "Chapter 6 - Tsunami Loads and Effects" published recently in the ASCE 7-16 (2017). In this study, for the first time, a bore originating from a solitary wave was used to investigate the damage to an idealized structure at relatively large scale (1:5). Therefore, model tests with rigid and non-rigid structures were combined to provide a unique data set of pressure distributions and structural response. This data set could be used to model structural behavior more realistically within the Froude-Cauchy similitude.

Recorded Presentation from the vICCE (YouTube Link): https://youtu.be/vVnEu9YIuQw
https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36v.structures.19
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References

ASCE 7-16 (2017): Minimum Design Loads and Associated Criteria for Buildings and Other Structures, American Society of Civil Engineers.

MLIT (2011): Concerning Setting the Safe Structure Method for Tsunamis which are Presumed when Tsunami Inundation Occurs - Note 1318, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.

Park, Tomiczek, Cox, van de Lindt & Lomonaco (2017): Experimental modeling of horizontal and vertical wave forces on an elevated coastal structure, Coastal Engineering, 128, pp. 58–74.

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