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Characteristics of Wave-induced Currents using the SWASH Model in Haeundae Beach
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Characteristics of Wave-induced Currents using the SWASH Model in Haeundae Beach
Kang, Min Ho; Kim, Jin Seok; Park, Jung Kyu; Lee, Jong Sup;
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 Abstract
To simulate a complicated hydrodynamic phenomena in the surf zone, the SWASH model is used in Haeundae Beach. The SWASH model is well known as a model competing with the Boussinesq-type model in terms of near shore waves and wave-induced currents modelling. This study is aimed to the detailed analysis of seasonal waves and wave-induced current simulation in Haeundae Beach, where the representative seasonal wave conditions was obtained from hourly measured wave data in 2014 by Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Administration( KHOA). Incident wave conditions were given as irregular waves by JONSWAP spectrum. The calculated seasonal wave-induced current patterns were compared with the field observation data. In summer season, a dominant longshore current toward the east of the beach appears due to the effect of incident waves from the South and the bottom bathymetry, then some rip currents occurs at the central part of the beach. In the winter season, ESE incident waves generates a strong westward longshore currents. However, a weak eastward longshore currents appears at the restricted east side areas of the beach.
 Keywords
wave-induced currents;longshore currents;rip currents;wave breaking;irregular waves;
 Language
Korean
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