Tsunami Damping due to Bottom Friction Considering Flow Regime Transition and Depth-Limitation in a Boundary Layer

Hitoshi Tanaka*, Nguyen Xuan Tinh, Ahmad Sana

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According to recent investigations on bottom boundary layer development under tsunami, a wave boundary can be observed even at the water depth of 10 m, rather than a steady flow type boundary layer. Moreover, it has been surprisingly reported that the tsunami boundary layer remains laminar in the deep-sea area. For this reason, the bottom boundary layer under tsunami experiences two transitional processes during the wave shoaling: (1) flow regime transition in a wave-motion boundary layer from laminar to the turbulent regime, and (2) transition from non-depth-limited (wave boundary layer) to depth-limited boundary layer (steady flow boundary layer). In the present study, the influence of these two transition processes on tsunami wave height damping has been investigated using a wave energy flux model. Moreover, a difference of calculation results by using the conventional steady flow friction coefficient was clarified.

اللغة الأصليةEnglish
رقم المقال1433
دوريةJournal of Marine Science and Engineering
مستوى الصوت10
رقم الإصدار10
المعرِّفات الرقمية للأشياء
حالة النشرPublished - أكتوبر 2022

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