Focused wave generation in laboratory flumes over uneven bottom

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Fernández, H.; Venkatachalam, S.; Schimmels, S.; Budzik, M.; Oumeraci, H.: Focused wave generation in laboratory flumes over uneven bottom. In: Proceedings of the Coastal Engineering Conference 2014-January (2014), waves.32

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A proper design of offshore and coastal structures requires further knowledge about extreme wave events. Such waves are highly nonlinear and may occur unexpectedly due to diverse reasons. One of these reasons is wave-wave interaction and the wave focusing technique represents one option to generate extreme wave events in the laboratory. The underlying mechanism is the superimposition and phasing of wave components at a predefined location. To date, most of the existing methods to propagate target wave profile backwards to the position of the wave generator apply linear wave theory. The problem is that the generated waves with different frequencies generate new components which do not satisfy the linear dispersion relation. As a result, small changes in the wave board control signal generally induce large and random shifts in the resulting focused wave. This means that iterations are necessary to get the required wave profile at the correct position in the flume. In this study, a Self Correcting Method (SCM) is applied to optimize the control signal of the wave maker in a Numerical Wave Tank (NWT). The nonlinearities are included in the control signal and accurate wave focusing is obtained irrespective of the prevailing seabed topography (horizontal or sloping) and type of structure (reflective or absorbing). The performance of the proposed SCM is numerically investigated for a wide variety of scenarios and validated by scale model tests in the Large Wave Flume (Großer Wellen Kanal, GWK), Hannover, Germany. The strengths and limitations of the proposed SCM are discussed, including the potential for further developments.
License of this version: CC BY 3.0
Document Type: article
Publishing status: publishedVersion
Issue Date: 2014
Appears in Collections:Fakultät für Bauingenieurwesen und Geodäsie

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1 image of flag of Germany Germany 112 87.50%
2 image of flag of United States United States 3 2.34%
3 image of flag of Poland Poland 2 1.56%
4 image of flag of New Zealand New Zealand 2 1.56%
5 image of flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom 2 1.56%
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7 image of flag of Netherlands Netherlands 1 0.78%
8 image of flag of India India 1 0.78%
9 image of flag of China China 1 0.78%
10 image of flag of Canada Canada 1 0.78%
    other countries 2 1.56%

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