WAVE LOADS ASSESSMENT FOR SUBMERGED WATER INTAKE DESIGN
AbstractEstimating wave-induced forces on water intake is challenging, particularly for large size intake (up to 15m in its cap diameter) subject to breaking waves in shallow water. The relationships between wave properties and wave loads are not well understood, and no simple methods are available to predict hydrodynamic loads on submerged intakes, particularly under breaking waves. This paper attempts to provide a method of assessing wave forces on water intake pipe and velocity cap using the Froude-Krylov formula, based on physical modeling test results for submerged intake under breaking waves.
Cornett A., Hecimovich M., Nistor I; Extreme wave loads on submerged water intakes in shallow water. Journal of Hydrodynamics, 27(1), February 2015.
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Saoxian, S., Yang, Z., & Cornett, A. (2018). WAVE LOADS ASSESSMENT FOR SUBMERGED WATER INTAKE DESIGN. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 1(36), structures.56. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36.structures.56
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