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connecting great minds new and forthcoming coastal and ocean engineering 2019 advanced series on ocean engineering vol 42 theory and applications of ocean surface waves in 2 volumes 3rd edition by chiang c mei mit michael aharon stiassnie technion-israel institute of technology israel dick k-p yue mit reviews of the previous edition overall the book remains a major resource for graduate students in ocean engineering and applied mathematics the new material that has been added is certainly appropriate mathematical reviews in this revised version five chapters on recent developments in linear and nonlinear aspects have been added the first is on detailed analyses in wave/structure interactions the second is a new section on waves through a marine forest a topic motivated by its possible relevance to tsunami reduction the third is on long waves in shallow water and the fourth is an update on broad-banded nonlinear surface waves in the open sea to include new findings in this topic

new and forthcoming coastal and ocean engineering 2019 coastal management in the face of climate change by dominic reeve university of plymouth uk this book highlights major concepts developed in the last 20 years or so for assessing the performance of coastal defences it begins with an introduction to the key concepts of coastal management and the idea that most decisions have to be made using information which is neither complete nor certain this lays the foundation for the second chapter which explains how a risk-based approach can help decision-makers constrain and to some extent quantify uncertainties the following chapters comprehensively cover practical aspects of beach monitoring estimating the nearshore wave conditions quantifying the littoral drift environment predicting changes in beach configuration integrating the various components into a coherent management framework readership graduate students practitioners and researchers in coastal engineering civil engineering

bestsellers advanced series on ocean engineering vol 40 design and construction of berm breakwaters by jentsje van der meer van der meer consulting bv the netherlands unesco-ihe the netherlands sigurdur sigurdarson icebreak consulting engineers ehf iceland modern design of berm breakwaters began about thirty years ago however to date there has been a lack of a wellestablished formal design methodology on berm breakwaters the authors dr jentsje van der meer and sigurdur sigurdarson combine over 40 years of collective experience working with breakwaters to put forward a design framework in design and construction of berm breakwaters covering the science and design practices of berm breakwater structures the original design consisted of mass armoured berms that reshaped into statically stable s-shaped slopes the design was adopted in iceland and eventually led to a development with more stable structures by using available rock sizes large rock and more rock gradings than just small

bestsellers advanced series on ocean engineering vol 39 advanced series on ocean engineering liquefaction around marine structures vol 35 with cd-rom by b mutlu sumer technical university of denmark denmark with dvd-rom “this is a well-written and comprehensive book describing the physics and processes of seabed liquefaction around marine structures overall this book is highly recommended for all professionals and researchers interested in seabed soil liquefaction and the stability of marine structures and is indeed suitable as a textbook for graduate/postgraduate students in this field.” j ocean eng mar energy readership professionals and researchers in the area of coastal ocean and marine civil engineering graduate and post graduate students 472pp 978-981-4329-31-6 jun 2014 us$138 dynamics of water waves selected papers of michael longuethiggins volumes 1 – 3 edited by s g sajjadi embry-riddle aeronautical university usa this is a three-volume selection of

bestsellers advances in coastal and ocean engineering vol 12 advanced series on ocean engineering vol 31 a guide to modeling coastal morphology reality and future measures japan’s beach erosion by takaaki uda public works research center japan by dano roelvink unesco-ihe and deltares the netherlands ad reniers university of miami usa textbooks on coastal engineering that were already published describe only the theoretical fundamentals of the subject but lack the practical perspectives and field studies the book examines many coastal areas as examples highlighting the various erosion factors which should be avoided elsewhere globally this book was first published in japanese in 2004 and was translated into english by the present author key features • there is currently no comprehensive textbook on coastal morphology modeling • process-based morphodynamic modeling is rapidly becoming very useful and the authors have strongly contributed to this development •

bestsellers new and forthcoming coastal and ocean engineering 2019 advanced series on ocean engineering vol 27 nonlinear wave dynamics nonlinear waves and offshore structures selected papers of the symposium held in honor of philip l-f liu’s 60th birthday edited by patrick lynett texas a m university usa by cheung hun kim texas a m university usa “the book is well organized and is written in a precise and lucid style it can be recommended to explorers and practitioners in ocean engineering the book will be interesting for advanced graduate students and researchers in fluid mechanics and its applications to coastal hydrodynamics wave dynamics and sediment transport.” pure and applied geophysics readership graduate students academics and researchers in coastal and ocean engineering and fluid mechanics 316pp 978-981-270-903-5 feb 2009 us$119 this book deals with analyses of nonlinear problems encountered in the design of offshore structures as well as those that are

bestsellers advanced series on ocean engineering vol 17 advanced series on ocean engineering vol 22 the dynamics of marine craft the mechanics of scour in the marine environment maneuvering and seakeeping by edward m lewandowski bmt designers planners vaarlington usa this book presents a theoretical treatment as well as a summary of practical methods of computation of the forces and moments that act on marine craft its aim is to provide the tools necessary for the prediction or simulation of craft motions in calm water and in waves in addition to developing the required equations the author gives relations that permit at least approximate evaluation of the coefficients so that useful results can be obtained readership advanced undergraduates graduate students and practicing professionals in ocean engineering 424pp 978-981-02-4755-3 978-981-02-4756-0pbk jul 2004 us$162 us$83 £134 £69 by b mutlu sumer technical university of denmark jørgen fredsøe technical university of

bestsellers advances in coastal and ocean engineering vol 8 -rxuqdo advances in coastal and ocean engineering interaction of strong turbulence with free surfaces edited by m brocchini university of genova italy d h peregrine university of bristol uk philip l-f liu cornell university usa this book is a useful source of ideas and information for scientists whose work involves understanding and modelling turbulent flows with free surfaces it has the following merits 1 it provides a framework for developing the analysis of this field which although important has received only limited study 2 it recognizes the importance of the two-phase nature of strongly disturbed free surface flows with both natural and technological applications 3 it suggests possible lines of future research especially experimental to quantify the characteristics of flow regimes which are mainly known qualitatively at present readership researchers and graduate students dealing with advances in the field of