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Impact Analysis on the Coastal Erosion and Accretion due to Relocation of the Breakwaters
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 Title & Authors
Impact Analysis on the Coastal Erosion and Accretion due to Relocation of the Breakwaters
Lee, Seung-Chul; Lee, Joong-Woo; Kim, Kang-Min; Kim, Ki-Dam;
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 Abstract
Recently it was known that the problems of nearshore processes and damage of berth and counter facilities frequently had appeared at the small fishery port, such as Daebang near Samcheonpo city, Korea. Here we try to analyze the impact of the rearrangement of counter facilities and berth layout adopted for tranquility of its inner harbor. Because this harbor is being connected to Daebang channel, the rearrangement of the structures might affect to the current speed and direction and wave height, so do to the sea bottom undulation. Therefore, we made model test for the several layouts of the berth and breakwater in this area. Numerical model result shows that the bottom was eroded by 1m by tidal currents and the speed of flow did not shrink, even after the construction work was completed. The direction of the sand movement was downdrift. Although the model study gave reasonable description of beach processes and approach channel sedimentation mechanism, it is necessary to compare with the field history, including the records of waves, tides and bottom materials, etc. for better prediction.
 Keywords
Breakwater;Erosion;Accretion;Tidal current;Sedimentation;Wind wave;
 Language
English
 Cited by
1.
Coastal Circulation and Bottom Change due to Ocean Resort Complex Development, Journal of Navigation and Port Research, 2012, 36, 7, 585  crossref(new windwow)
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