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Article Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Asian and Pacific Coasts, APAC 2009, 13 October 2009 through 16 October 2009 ; Volume 4 , 2010 , Pages 29-36 ; 9789814466561 (ISBN) ; Ataie Ashtiani, B ; Sharif University of Technology
Laboratory investigations have been performed on impulse wave's effects near the coastlines such as shoaling effects and run-up. Wave run-up over on smooth impermeable slope are studied in over than 100 experimental tests. The influences of the bed slope angle, incident impulse wave height and still water depth are investigated. The available empirical equations for impulsive wave run-up have been examined by comparison with the collected experimental data. A new equation has been presented for run-up estimation based on the laboratory measurements. It has been compared with others empirical equations and the differences have been discussed. The shoaling effects on the impulse wave feature...
Article Applied Ocean Research ; Volume 96 , 2020 ; Tavakoli, S ; Kohansal, A ; Khosravani, R ; Ghassemzadeh, A ; Sharif University of Technology
Elsevier Ltd 2020
Stepped planing hulls have the potential to reach high-speeds in the sea. The step on the bottom of these vessels influence the pressure distribution and thus stability of the vessel, especially in transverse plane. Understanding the behavior of these vessels in a non-zero heel condition is fundamental in the early stage design. In the current paper, numerical simulation of the viscous flow field around a heeled one-stepped planing hull is performed to evaluate influences of the asymmetric planing on the performance of the vessel. The numerical model is validated in two steps. At the first step, performance of a heeled stepless planing hull operating in calm water is simulated using the...
Article Coastal Engineering ; Volume 55, Issue 12 , December , 2008 , Pages 989-1004 ; 03783839 (ISSN) ; Najafi Jilani, A ; Sharif University of Technology
Laboratory investigations have been performed on the submarine landslide generated waves by performing 120 laboratory tests. Both rigid and deforming-slide masses are considered. The effects of bed slope angle, initial submergence, slide geometry, shape and deformation on impulse wave characteristics have been inspected. Impulse wave amplitude, period, energy and nonlinearity are studied in this work. The effects of bed slope angle on energy conversion from slide into wave are also investigated. Laboratory-based prediction equations are presented for impulse wave amplitude and period in near and far-field and are successfully verified using the available data in previous laboratory and...