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Title: Experimental study on regular wave-induced scour and settlement of a submerged obstacle upon a fluidized sandbed
Authors: Shiaw-Yih Tzang;Yung-Lung Chen;Shan-Hwei Ou
Contributors: NTOU:Department of Harbor and River Engineering
Date: 2010
Issue Date: 2011-10-20T08:13:52Z
Publisher: ASME Conf. Proc.
Abstract: abstract:Bed scouring and structure settlement due to interactions of regular waves and a submerged rectangular obstacle in the shallow water regions upon a fluidized fine sandy bed are experimentally investigated. Both impervious and pervious structures are installed on the test soil bed and synchronous measurements of water surface, bed surface, suspended sediment concentration and pore pressures are carried out at locations upstream and downstream. The measurements illustrate that interactions between waves and structures have relatively mild affects on the bed scouring in an unfluidized response. The interactions become more intense in the fluidized responses with significant wave decay over and increasing suspended sediments near above the fluidized beds oscillating with similar period to the loading waves. Meanwhile, the submerged structure starts to settle into the fluidized bed and significant scouring occurs. The interactions are typically greater in a RF test than in a NRF test. More than 90% of the total settlement occurs in a single event of the RF response so that the impervious and pervious structures become half buried and totally buried after the event. The settlements further affect the interactions of following loading waves and the fluidized beds. As a result, scouring on both sides of the half buried impervious obstacle is greater than those of the totally buried pervious structure.
Relation: 1, pp.789-796
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/24649
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