Water waves scattering by a submerged thick porous breakwater placed over undulated bottom

Water waves scattering by a submerged thick porous breakwater placed over undulated bottom

Phenomenological Aspects of Civil Engineering (PACE) - an International Congress
Volume 1 - Issue 1 - PACE-2021

Vipin V Santanu Koley

Abstract

The interaction of oblique monochromatic incident waves with a submerged porous structure placed over undulated seabed is investigated in the context of two-dimensional linear wave-structure interaction theory. The solution of the associated boundary value problem is obtained using the boundary element method (BEM). Various parameters of interest are studied to analyze the wave scattering by the thick bottom-standing porous structure under oblique incident ocean waves.

Keywords

Monochromatic Incident Waves, Oblique waves, Porous Structure, Boundary Element Method.
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