WAVE-DRIVEN COASTAL DYNAMICS: CAN WE RELY ON PHASE-RESOLVING MODELS?
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Azouri, A., Roeber, V., Guiles, M. D., Iwamoto, M., Owens, T., Becker, J., & Luther, D. S. (2020). WAVE-DRIVEN COASTAL DYNAMICS: CAN WE RELY ON PHASE-RESOLVING MODELS?. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, (36v), waves.45. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36v.waves.45

Abstract

Wave simulations from two Boussinesq-type models: BOSZ (Roeber & Cheung, 2012) and FUNWAVE (Shi et al., 2012), and a non-hydrostatic model: XBeach (Roelvink et al., 2009), are compared to observational data in a harbor and along the exposed coast of northwest O'ahu Island, Hawai'i, under highly energetic sea/swell forcing conditions. In the present comparison we attempt to address whether the models can (i) reproduce the observed spectra at different locations over a fringing reef and inside a harbor, and; (ii) draw a consistent 2-dimensional picture of the gravity and IG wave fields throughout the computational domain.

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References

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Shi, Kirby, Harris, Geiman, Grilli (2012): A high-order adaptive time-stepping TVD solver for Boussinesq modeling of breaking waves and coastal inundation. Ocean Modelling, Elsevier, vol. 43, pp. 36-51.

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