Mechanics of Wave-Seabed-Structure Interactions. Modelling, Processes and Applications. Cambridge Ocean Technology Series Part No. 7

  • ID: 4472092
  • Book
  • 350 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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Opening with recent advances in both the theoretical and physical models for wave-seabed-structure interactions, this book provides an updated look at the mathematics behind the interactions between sea, soil and man-made structures. The main models are broken down into key equations, and their strengths and challenges are discussed. These models are then placed in context with industry-relevant examples, in both two and three dimensions. From seabed instability around offshore wind turbines, to soil conditions in response to the laying of submarine pipelines, this book takes a comprehensive look at a variety of wave-seabed-structure interactions. With important implications for the future of offshore infrastructure, this is an ideal resource for industry workers, undergraduate students, and researchers.
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1. Overview;
2. Basic seabed mechanisms;
3. Soil response in marine sediments under combined loading of waves and currents;
4. Integrated model for wave-seabed interactions around caisson-type breakwaters;
5. Mechanics of wave-seabed-pipeline interactions;
6. Wave-seabed interaction around breakwater heads;
7. Seabed instability around offshore wind turbine foundations;
8. Physical modeling: one-dimensional compressive tests.
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Dong-Sheng Jeng Griffith University, Queensland.

Dong-Sheng Jeng is a Professor at the Griffith School of Engineering, Queensland. His main research interests include coastal and ocean modelling, offshore geotechnics, and wave-seabed-structure interactions around marine infrastructure, which he has been studying for over twenty years. Alongside his research, he has authored or co-authored over 250 journal articles, and is an associate editor for a number of journals in the offshore engineering field.
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