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J. Ocean Eng. Technol. 2005;19(2):34-39.    

Experimental Study of the Wave Overtopping/Reflection Rate on the Shapes of Rubble Mound Structures
SOHN BYUNG-KYU;KIM HONG-JIN;AN HEUI-CHUN;
Fisheries Engineering Division, NFRDI;Dept. of Ocean Engineering, Pukyong National University;Fisheries Engineering Division, NFRDI;
경사식 방파제의 형상에 따른 월파량 및 반사율 실험 연구
손병규;김홍진;안희춘;
국립수산과학원 수산공학팀;부경대학교 해양공학과;국립수산과학원 수산공학팀;
Copyright © 2005 The Korean Society of Ocean Engineers     Open access / Under a Creative Commons License
Key Words: Damage Mode, Breakwater, Hydraulic Model Experiment, Wave Overtopping, Reflection Rate
핵심용어: 피해모드, 방파제, 수리모형실험, 월파, 반사율
Abstract
All of the design criterion are not only formulated by an internal study, concerning the design of maritime structures, but also by the guarantee that internal design technology is essential, at least according to theoretical and experimental studies. Furthermore, the basic data, which is necessary for the development of a more stable design of breakwater structures, should be ensured, according to current research and analysis of damage created by water waves. According to the necessity to solve the problems that occur in the design and construction of ocean structures, until now, it is recognized that the hydraulic experiments are important. This paper provides the design of structures to decrease the energy created by waves. Suggestions to make contributions to the development of ocean/fisheries technology are also discussed. It is better to use S-type coastal structures/breakwaters than to use uniform type breakwaters, concerning stability, reflection, and overtopping.


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