Hydrodynamic wave forces on submerged horizontal plate.

P. L.F. Lui, Mohamed Iskandarani

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Abstract

A fully submerged horizontal plate has been suggested as a potential breakwater design. This paper examines wave scattering by a submerged horizontal plate using two approaches. The first approach uses the method of eigenfunction expansions to yield a semi-analytical solution, and the second uses the integral equation formulation. Numerical solutions are obtained by the boundary element method. The reflection coefficient and the transmission coefficient as well as the hydrodynamic forces and moment are calculated. The agreement between the analytical solution and the numerical is good. (from authors' abstract)

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherOttawa, Canada, National Research Council Canada
ISBN (Print)0660549751, 9780660549750
StatePublished - Jan 1 1989
Externally publishedYes

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Breakwaters
Boundary element method
Eigenvalues and eigenfunctions
Integral equations
Hydrodynamics
Scattering

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  • Engineering(all)

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Lui, P. L. F., & Iskandarani, M. (1989). Hydrodynamic wave forces on submerged horizontal plate. In Unknown Host Publication Title Ottawa, Canada, National Research Council Canada.

Hydrodynamic wave forces on submerged horizontal plate. / Lui, P. L.F.; Iskandarani, Mohamed.

Unknown Host Publication Title. Ottawa, Canada, National Research Council Canada, 1989.

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Lui, PLF & Iskandarani, M 1989, Hydrodynamic wave forces on submerged horizontal plate. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Ottawa, Canada, National Research Council Canada.
Lui PLF, Iskandarani M. Hydrodynamic wave forces on submerged horizontal plate. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Ottawa, Canada, National Research Council Canada. 1989
Lui, P. L.F. ; Iskandarani, Mohamed. / Hydrodynamic wave forces on submerged horizontal plate. Unknown Host Publication Title. Ottawa, Canada, National Research Council Canada, 1989.
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