AbstractTsunami remain a focal point of coastal engineering research, particularly when interacting with near-shore bathymetry and coastal developments. A recent push in experimentation involving long waves has led to novel methods, to generate and accurately control long waves in laboratories. This work showcases a recent implementation of a pump-driven long wave generation, with novel control strategies, an optimized inlet geometry, and an extra-wide and uniquely long propagation flume with the overall aim to provide the latest insight into experimental long wave generation.
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