Overview of Procedure

Report Content

Review of Selected Literature

Modeling Momentum Transport in Breaking Waves

Laboratory and Field Data on Nearshore Currents

Laboratory and Field Data on Nearshore cont'd - TR-02-22-RPT_20016

Laboratory and Field Data on Nearshore cont'd - TR-02-22-RPT_20017

Laboratory and Field Data on Nearshore cont'd - TR-02-22-RPT_20018

Wave Model

Wave Action Flux Conservation Equation - TR-02-22-RPT_20020

Figure 1. Definition sketch for waves propagating on current

Wave Action Flux Conservation Equation - TR-02-22-RPT_20022

Figure 2. Examples of solutions to dispersion equation with current present

Wave Refraction

Wave Breaking and Energy Dissipation

Wave Blocking

Wave Blocking cont'd

Figure 3. Nondimensional blocking speed as function of relative water depth d/L.

Cross-Shore Momentum Equation

Modeling the Roller

Numerical Implementation - TR-02-22-RPT_20031

Numerical Implementation cont'd - TR-02-22-RPT_20032

Numerical Implementation cont'd - TR-02-22-RPT_20033

Verification of Wave Model

Target Wave Conditions for Selected Runs from Smith et al.

Chawla and Kirby (C&K) Data - TR-02-22-RPT_20036

Figure 4. Calculated and measured significant wave height for Smith et al.

Figure 6. Calculated and measured significant wave height for Smith et al.

Wave Conditions for Selected Monochromatic Tests

Chawla and Kirby (C&K) Data - TR-02-22-RPT_20040

Figure 8. Calculated and measured wave height for Chawla and Kirby (1999) Test M3

Figure 10. Calculated and measured wave height for Chawla and Kirby

Figure 12. Calculated and measured wave height for Chawla and Kirby

Effects of Including Roller

Figure 13. Calculated and measured wave height for Chawla and Kirby

Figure 15. Calculated and measured wave height for Chawla and Kirby

Example Calculation of Wave Transformation at Tidal Inlet - TR-02-22-RPT_20047

Figure 17. Calculated wave transformation on flood and ebb currents for conditions representative of Shinecock Inlet Long Island

Example Calculation of Wave Transformation at Tidal Inlet - TR-02-22-RPT_20049

Longshore Current Model

Bottom Friction

Numerical Solution

Verification of Longshore Current Model

Visser Data

Figure 19. Calculated (with and without roller model) and measured longshore current for Visser (1982), Case 1

Figure 21. Calculated and measured wave height for Visser (1982), Case 1

Figure 24. Calculated and measured wave height for Visser (1982), Case 3

Figure 25. Calculated (with and without roller model) and measured longshore current for Visser (1982), Case 4

Figure 27. Calculated and measured wave height for Visser (1982), Case 4

Figure 29. Calculated and measured wave height for Visser (1982) Case 7

Visser Data cont'd

Figure 30. Calculated (with and without interaction between current and waves)

CHL-L Data

Figure 33. Calculated (with and without roller model) and measured

Figure 34. Calculated (with and without roller model) and measured mean

Figure 36. Calculated (with and without roller model) and measured

Figure 37. Calculated (with and without roller model) and measured mean

Kraus-Sasaki (K&S) Data - TR-02-22-RPT_20068

Figure 39. Calculated (with and without roller model) and measured

Kraus-Sasaki (K&S) Data cont'd

Kraus-Sasaki (K&S) Data - TR-02-22-RPT_20071

Kuriyama-Ozaki (K&O) Data

Figure 42. Calculated (with and without roller model) and measured

Delilah Data

Effects of Large-Scale (Tidal) Current on Wave-Genrated Current

Figure 45. Calculated (with and without roller model) and measured

Figure 48. Calculated and measured rms wave height for Delilah field

Concluding Remarks

Concluding Remarks cont'd

Summary and Conclusions - TR-02-22-RPT_20080

Summary and Conclusions cont'd

References - TR-02-22-RPT_20082

References cont'd - TR-02-22-RPT_20083

References cont'd - TR-02-22-RPT_20084

References cont'd - TR-02-22-RPT_20085

References cont'd - TR-02-22-RPT_20086

REPORT DOCUMENTATION PAGE - TR-02-22-RPT_20087

SUBJECT TERMS

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