Random Seas and Design of Maritime Structures

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World Scientific, 2010 - Technology & Engineering - 708 pages
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Random waves are the most important constituent of the sea environment, as they make the design of maritime structures quite different from that of structures on land. In this book, the concept of random waves for the design of breakwaters, seawalls, and harbor structures is fully explored for easy comprehension by practicing engineers. Theoretical aspects are also discussed in detail for further studies by graduate students and researchers.
 

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Contents

Part II Statistical Theories of Random Sea Waves
355
Part III Statistical Analysis of Extreme Waves
535
Part IV Waves and Beach Morphology
597
Appendix
687

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