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Establishment of a Coastal Wave Overtopping Warming Model with Incorporation of Storm Surge
|Contributors: ||NTOU:Department of Harbor and River Engineering|
|Issue Date: ||2012-04-13T01:20:03Z
abstract:Countermeasures to protect from the extreme flooding from the river and the coastal waters in the low-lying coastal lands in the vicinity of the river outlets due to global warming have been in urgent need recently. It is proposed in this study to establish an overtopping warning system with the storm surge prediction model as the input for setting up an integrated river flooding warning system. The study shall be carried out by applying existing POM and SWAN models for simulating the storm surge and overtopping discharges at the outlet of and coastal lands nearby Creek Lin-Bian due to recent Typhoon Morak. Calculations of the overtopping discharge shall adopt the revised formulae from the EU Overtopping Manual by conducting laboratory flume tests with local wave conditions and coastal configurations. The results shall be input into other sub-project as the river outlet boundary conditions for river discharge simulation so as to facilitate the performance of the integrated river flood warning system. The three-year goals for this proposal are “Establishment of synchronous water levels at river outlet” in the first year, “Establishment of overtopping discharge formula” in the second year, and “Integration of the river flood warning system” in the third year, respectively.
|Appears in Collections:||[河海工程學系] 研究計畫|
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