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Costal Inlets Research Program
IMPLICATIONS OF MORPHODYNAMIC TIME SCALE FOR COASTAL PROTECTION
Figure 1. Schematic illustration of rip current development near a groin due to changing wave direction.
One-Line Modeling cont'd
Analytic Solution of Shoreline Change in a Groin Compartment
Analytic Solution of Shoreline Change at a Single Groin including Offshore Lesses in a Rip Current
Figure 3. Shoreline evolution in enclosed groin compartment at steady-state conditions when breaking-wave angle varies sinusoidally with time for ζ = 6.
Figure 4. Shoreline evolution updrift of a groin with and without offshore loss in rip current (αo = 11.5 deg).
Figure 5. Relative offshore transport rate as a function of elapsed dimensionless time.
igure 6. Simulated offshore losses and associated shoreline locations adjacent to lateral groins in a groin compartment with periodic, instantaneous change in wave direction.
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Figure 8. Comparison of shoreline evolution in enclosed groin compartment at steady-state
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