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Title: Effects of reefs and bottom slopes on wind set-up in shallow water
Authors: University of California, Berkeley. Wave Research Laboratory
United States. Army. Office of the Chief of Engineers
Tickner, Ernest Glenn
Keywords: Wind set-up
Reefs
Bottom slopes
Bottom conditions
Publisher: United States, Beach Erosion Board
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: Technical memorandum (United States. Beach Erosion Board) ; no. 122.
Description: Technical Memorandum
Abstract: Wind tides in shallow waters were studied in a laboratory channel with a reef, with various widths of openings, located near the center of the channel and with various slopes of the channel bottom other than horizontal. The reef increased the set-up over a smooth bottom condition by a factor of two for a solid reef and somewhat less than this if the reef had an opening in it. The cross-sectional integration procedure adequately describes the surface profile for the sloping bottom, while the estimated set-up of assuming a constant depth equal to the deepest part underestimates the actual set-up by as much as 2.75.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11681/3410
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