Sample Of Introduction To Coastal Engineering Part Two

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Sample Of Introduction To Coastal Engineering Part Two

  1. 1. FAITH RESEARCH & INSTRUCTION INSTITUTE A DIVISION OF FAITH CONGLOMERATE LLCINTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO FAITH RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION UNITCOASTAL STRUCTURESCoastal Structures play an important role andcome in various formats such as● Harbours● Revetments / Seawalls● Breakwaters● Anchorage Areas
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO FAITH RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION UNITCOASTAL STRUCTURES REVETMENTThis concrete liningis to protect thebanks against erosion.Note the arch in thediagram is to celebrateThe Queen opening theConwy tunnel in 1991. © Copyright Nigel Chadwick
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO FAITH RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION UNITHARBOURSCAPRI HARBOUR ITALYPicture by Adrian Pingstone. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Capri.harbour.from.above.arp.jpg
  5. 5. INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO FAITH RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION UNITENGINEERS ROLEEngineers play an important active role in CoastalEngineering , working on● Design and Management of Waterways to ease navigation● Design of Docks● Design of Protective Structures● Facility Design
  6. 6. INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO FAITH RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION UNITCLASSIFICATION SCHEMATIC HARBOUR NATURAL SEMI-NATURAL MAN - MADE COMMERCIAL HARBOUR OF REFUGE MILITARY
  7. 7. INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO FAITH RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION UNITARTIFICIAL HARBOURSArtificial Harbours are created through Engineeringprocesses such as● Dredging● Introduction of Coastal Structures (e.g Breakwater)Artificial Harbours provide a safe haven for Marine Vessels
  8. 8. INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO FAITH RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION UNITPORTSTypical Port Structures are:-● Passenger Terminals● Cargo Terminals● Docks● WarehousesTransit ShedsTransportation Infrastructure● Fire Stations● Safety and Security Stations Taken from onboard the Yorkshire Waterways Museums tug, Wheldale. © Copyright Christine Johnstone and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
  9. 9. INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO FAITH RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION UNIT
  10. 10. INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO FAITH RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION UNITBREAKWATERSArmouring is also made out of Concrete and is molded intovarying forms. Typical Concrete forms are● Cubic / Rectangular Armour● Tetrapods Tetrapods by Takashi Tomooka © Copyright Cod
  11. 11. INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO FAITH RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION UNITEXAMPLEIt is proposedto designa Rock ArmourBreakwater atCape Cod.
  12. 12. INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO FAITH RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION UNITVAN der MEER FORMULAESURGING WAVES CONDITION FORMULA(HS / Dn 50 ) = 1.0P-0.13 ( S / N )0.2 Cot 0 EmPP = Notional Permeability FactorS = Damage LevelN = Number of Waves ( Storm Duration)Dn50= Normal Stone DiameterEm= Iribarren Number ( Surf Similarity Parameter ) = Relative Mass DensityHS= Significant Wave Height
  13. 13. INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO FAITH RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION UNITCHANNELS ( NAVIGATION CHANNELS )● Channel Depth● Channel Width● Channel Alignment
  14. 14. INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO FAITH RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION UNITCHANNEL WIDTHThe Nominal Width of the Channel is influenced bynumerous factors , e.g ● Ship Maneuverability ● Ship Proportions ● Sea Lanes ● Channel Curvature ● Human Factors ● Currents ● Traffic Volume ● Speed
  15. 15. FAITH RESEARCH & INSTRUCTION INSTITUTE A DIVISION OF FAITH CONGLOMERATE LLCINTRODUCTION TO COASTAL ENGINEERING PART TWO

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