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Title: Unfluidized soil responses of a silty seabed to monochromatic waves
Authors: Shiaw-Yih Tzang
Contributors: NTOU:Department of Harbor and River Engineering
Keywords: Silty seabed;Pore pressure;Poro-elasticity;Soil fluidization;Sediment suspension
Date: 1998-12
Issue Date: 2011-10-20T08:13:51Z
Publisher: Coastal Engineering
Abstract: abstract:A flume experimental study on unfluidized responses of a silty bed (d50=0.05 mm) to monochromatic water waves had shown that pore pressure variations were generally poro-elastic in the bulk body and displayed two other characteristic features not found in previous laboratory sand tests. They were an immediately fluidized thin surface layer induced by wave stresses inside the seabed's boundary layer and a porous skeleton with internally suspended sediments due to channeled flow motions. The analyses verified that on soils beneath the measurement points, both features resulted in relatively small-step pore pressure build-ups, while the former played a primary role. Besides, laboratory observations confirmed that there were some near-bed sediment suspensions during wave actions resulting in a flat bed form over a silty bed compared to small-scaled ripples over a sandy bed with no clearly identified suspended sediments. These characteristic silt responses suggest that sediment transport is critically associated with the internal soil responses and some field-observed sediment suspensions near above sandy beaches can further be approached in the laboratory by utilizing fine-grained soils.
Relation: 35(4), pp.283–301
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/24648
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