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Bruun, P. (author), Nayak, G.U. (author)
I. Introduction I. I General review on causes of beach erosion I·2 Rise of sea level 1·3 Heavy storms, storm surges, wave action and its seasonal effects 1.4 Littoral drift barriers, natural and man-made conditions in India 2· Beach Surveys 2.1 Bathymetric surveys 2.2 Sand sampling and analysis 2,2.1 Sand sampling 2.2.2 Sample analysis 2·2.3...
report 1980
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Bruun, P. (author), Nayak, B.U. (author)
General review on causes of beach erosion Beach Surveys Wave surveys Current and tlde surveys Coastal Protection Design details 3·3· I Suwalls and revetments 3·3·2 Dunes and dykes - overflow protection 3·3·3 Groins 3·3.4 Offshore break waters 3·3·5 Nourish ment of buches 3.3·6 Bypassing of muerial at tidal inlets -4. Coastal Protection Management
report 1980
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Bruun, P. (author), Günbak, A.R. (author)
Existing design formulas for rubble-mound breakwaters under wave attack contain the wave height, H, and the slope angle, cc, as parameters of the wave characteristics (for d/H > 3.0, d being the water depth in front or the structure) and structure characteristics (incl. permeability, roughness, interlocking-, etc.) excluding the effect of wave...
report 1977
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Bruun, P. (author), Johannesson, P. (author)
Forces by uprush and downrush, the imporatnace of permeability, the resonance phenomenon, friction between armor blocks and between armor and sublayer, slope geotmetry and practical design principles
report 1974
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Bruun, P. (author)
Overview of procedures to protect the coastline of Florida.
report 1964
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Bruun, P. (author)
Proper and thorough planning of coastal engineering projects is discussed and the economie justification of research work indicated. Examples are given concerning navigational problems, coastal protection problems, and harbor sediment problems.
report 1960
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