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Title: Modelling wave propagation over vegetation fields with SWASH
Authors: Reis, R.
Pires Silva, A.
Fortes, C. J. E. M.
Suzuki , T.
Keywords: Wave propagation;Vegetation;SWASH model;Wave dissipation
Issue Date: May-2019
Publisher: APRH
Abstract: The ultimate goal of applying SWASH in the present work is to compare SWASH wave height results with laboratory results presented in Løvås (2000) and with field observations of Vo-Luong and Massel (2008) as well. Additionally, SWASH results will be also compared to the ones previously obtained by other empirical and numerical models (Mendez and Losada, 2004; Suzuki et al., 2012). Preliminary SWASH wave height simulations for breaking random waves over vegetation have shown an overall good agreement to the flume data presented in Løvås (2000). The agreement between SWASH and flume results looked worst at the wave breaking zone, which seems to be improved through a better wave breaking parametrization.
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