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|Title:||Protocols for representing variability and unsteadiness in flume facilities. Deliverable Number 8.2|
|Authors:||Mendonça, A. C.|
Fortes, C. J. E. M.
Neves, M. G.
Reis, M. T. L. G. V.
|Keywords:||Variability in flume facilities;Climate change;Extreme events|
|Abstract:||This deliverable is related to task 8.2 “Innovative approaches for representing variability and unsteadiness in flume facilities”. The objectives of the task were to develop and test new protocols for reproducing the variability and unsteadiness associated with changes in the frequency and magnitude of extreme events driven by climate change. The strategy was to model experimentally the likely variations in wave and current forcing that will result from climate change. For ice/structure interactions, there was also the need to represent the variability of ice properties under changing conditions forced by climate change. These new protocols were required to have Europe’s experimental facilities able to fully capture the variability of anticipated wave, current and ice dynamics, so that they can ultimately reproduce and quantify the (often non-linear) impacts on system response and trajectories of change.|
|Appears in Collections:||DHA/NPE - Relatórios Científicos|
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