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|Title:||Damage assessment in rubble-mound breakwaters under oblique wave incidence|
Santos, J. A.
Reis, M. T. L. G. V.
Fortes, C. J. E. M.
|Keywords:||Coastal structure;Stability;Surveying;Measuring techniques;Large scale experiments|
|Abstract:||Regarding the stability of armour layers, several authors have proposed guidelines on how to consider the effects of oblique waves (e.g. Yu et al., 2002, Van Gent, 2014; Maciñeira & Burcharth, 2016). Especially for very oblique waves, for which the increase in stability is the largest, limited data are available. Under the scope of the HYDRALAB+ transnational access project “RODBreak”, an experiment that lasted for six weeks was conducted in a tank at the Marienwerden facilities of the Leibnitz Universitaet Hannover (LUH), involving seventeen people from seven different institutions from four European countries. Those experiments comprised measurements of sea waves, run-up, overtopping and armour layer damage. This paper will focus on damage evolution of the rubble-mound breakwater roundhead under oblique extreme wave conditions, on the novelty of the tests and on the advancements on knowledge of round head stability.|
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