Civil Engineering in the Oceans VI: Proceedings of the International Conference, October 20-22, 2004, Baltimore, Maryland

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Civil Engineering in the Oceans VI is a collection of 42 technical papers presented at the specialty conference held in Baltimore, Maryland on October 20-22, 2004. With the theme "Meeting the New Challenges of the 21st Century", this proceedings is designed to be a comprehensive handbook of state-of-the-art coastal and offshore engineering in the fields of waves and wave forces, harbor and marine transportation systems, and education. Initiated in 1967, this international conference is the sixth in a series sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and its Coasts, Oceans, Ports, and Rivers Institute (COPRI). This proceedings will benefit engineers, scientists, managers, educators, and all others who share an interest in civil engineering in the oceans research. Topics discussed include:
* Waves and Wave Forces
* Hydrodynamics
* Ocean Engineering
* Coastal Engineering
* Offshore Engineering
* Coastal Structures
* Marine Geotechnical Engineering
* Risk and Reliability
* Harbors and Marine Transportation Systems
* Econimic and Education Issues
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780784407752
  • Publisher: American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Publication date: 9/28/2005
  • Pages: 554

Table of Contents

New nonparametric methods in risk analysis based on resampling techniques and empirical simulation 1
From the sea ... naval ocean engineering technology 31
The economic value of the oceans - beaches, maritime transportation, offshore oil and gas production 46
Estimate of directional spreading parameters of a Cosine-2s model 55
Optimization of Boussinesq-type models for surface waves over porous beds 70
Wave propagation over irregular topography using Green function 85
An SPH numerical wave tank 95
Pneumatic effect of nonlinear waves and a freely floating body simulation by a 2D fully nonlinear numerical wave tank (NWT) 108
The effect of wavelength on the response of floating bodies 120
Mechanism responsible for mixing at the mouth of Tokyo Bay 132
Mechanisms of air-sea turbulent interactions at small scales 145
Influence of the surface tension on the oil slick dynamics 154
Chimera Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes simulations of vortex-induced vibration of circular cylinders 166
Time-domain simulation of four-quadrant propeller flows by a Chimera moving grid approach 177
Synthetic electro-optical-mechanical cables for ocean observatory moorings 192
Numerical simulation of a polyester mooring system interacting with a classical SPAR 203
Specialized ship mooring problems : transient loadings and long period waves 217
Shore protection by point-absorbers 232
Artificial frond system for seabed scour control at wind farm platforms in Nantucket Sound, Massachusetts 246
Calculation of wave run-up on slopes 255
Simulation of wave run-up around offshore structures by a Chimera domain decomposition approach 267
Significance of short crested and diffracted waves on full scale motion correlation of a truss spar 281
Comparison of laboratory and field spar platform response behavior 296
Numerical treatment of the buckling of nonlinearly elastic shells under hydrostatic pressure 304
Stability of stiffened steel plates under axial compression 319
Performance of submerged floating breakwater supported by perforated plates under wave action and its dynamics 329
Performance of multiple pontoons floating breakwater - a numerical approach 342
Physical and numerical modeling of stacked geotubes subjected to dynamic loads 356
Slamming forces due to random waves on horizontal circular members in intertidal zone 366
Wave runup on a concentric perforated circular cylinder system 375
Measuring sea bed properties using static and dynamic penetrometers 386
Modeling of seabed interaction of oceanographic moorings in the frequency domain 396
Validation of a foundation stability model for soft clay 408
Impact burial of cylinders in soft marine sediments 419
CADET : a tool for predicting underkeel clearance in deep-draft entrance channels 434
Ship squat measurements using GPS at Charleston Harbor 449
Measurements and modeling of long-period wave generated currents in Port of Long Beach 464
Modeling of harbor resonance in Port of Long Beach 479
Two-body resonant interactions by fully coupled method and partially coupled method 494
Experimental sloshing studies in sway and heave base excited square tanks 504
Experience with implementation of the American Society of Civil Engineers' underwater investigations standard practice manual 513
Intellectual property rights 526
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