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Tidal inlets [electronic resource] : hydrodynamics and morphodynamics / J. van de. Kreeke and R.L. Brouwer,

Author/Creator:
Van de Kreeke, J. author.
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Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2017.
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Subjects:
Coast changes.
Hydrodynamics -- Mathematical models.
Morphogenesis -- Mathematical models.
Tidal currents.
Contents:
Cover; Half-title page ; Title page ; Copyright page ; Contents; Preface; 1 Introduction; 2 Geomorphology; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Origin of Tidal Inlets; 2.3 Equilibrium Morphology; 2.4 Large-Scale Morphological Elements; 2.4.1 Inlet; 2.4.2 Ebb Delta; 2.4.3 Flood Delta; 2.5 Back-Barrier Lagoon; 3 Sand Transport Pathways; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Sediment Budget; 3.3 Sand Bypassing; 3.3.1 Bypassing Modes; 3.3.2 Bypassing Modes and the P/M Ratio; 3.4 Inlet Closure; 3.5 Location Stability; 3.6 Effect of Inlets on Adjacent Shoreline; 3.6.1 Continuous Bypassing; 3.6.2 Intermittent Bypassing
4 Sand Transport and Sand Bypassing at Selected Inlets4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Price Inlet; 4.3 Breach Inlet; 4.4 Captain Sam's Inlet; 4.5 Mason Inlet; 4.6 Wachapreague Inlet; 4.7 Katikati Inlet; 4.8 Ameland Inlet; 5 Empirical Relationships; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Cross-Sectional Area
Tidal Prism Relationship; 5.2.1 Observations; 5.2.2 Physical Justification of the A-P Relationship; 5.2.3 Examples of A-P Relationships for Natural Inlets; 5.2.4 Equilibrium Velocity; 5.3 Relationship between Depth and Width of the Cross-Section and Tidal Prism; 5.4 Ebb Delta Volume
Tidal Prism Relationship
5.5 Flood Delta Volume
Tidal Prism Relationship6 Tidal Inlet Hydrodynamics; Excluding Depth Variations with Tidal Stage; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Inlet Schematization; 6.3 Governing Equations and Boundary Condition; 6.3.1 Dimensional Equations; 6.3.2 Non-Dimensional Equations; Lumped Parameter Model; 6.4 Analytical Solution (Öszoy-Mehta); 6.4.1 Basin Tide and Inlet Velocity; 6.4.2 Nature of the Solution; Resonance; 6.5 Semi-Analytical Solution (Keulegan); 6.5.1 Basin Tide and Inlet Velocity; 6.5.2 Maximum Basin Level and Maximum Inlet Velocity
6.5.3 Relative Contribution of the Third Harmonic6.5.4 Multiple Inlets; 6.6 Application to a Representative Tidal Inlet; 6.6.1 Representative Tidal Inlet; 6.6.2 Öszoy-Mehta Solution; 6.6.3 Keulegan Solution; 6.A Dynamics of the Flow in the Inlet; 7 Tidal Inlet Hydrodynamics; Including Depth Variations with Tidal Stage; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Equations Including Depth Variations with Tidal Stage; 7.3 Solution of the Leading-Order Equations; 7.4 Solution to the First-Order Equations; 7.4.1 First-Order Forcing; 7.4.2 Mean Inlet Velocity and Mean Basin Level; 7.4.3 First-Order Tide and Velocity
7.5 Tidal Asymmetry7.6 Application to the Representative Inlet; 7.6.1 Leading-Order Solution; 7.6.2 First-Order Solution; 7.6.3 Tidal Asymmetry; 7.A Reduced System of Equations and Perturbation Analysis; 8 Cross-Sectional Stability of a Single Inlet System; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Equilibrium and Stability; 8.2.1 Escoffier Stability Model; 8.2.2 Escoffier Diagram; 8.2.3 The Shape of the Closure Curve; 8.3 Adaptation Timescale; 8.4 Cross-Sectional Stability of Pass Cavallo; 8.A Geometric Similarity; 8.B Linear Stability Analysis
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Electronic reproduction. Cambridge Available via World Wide Web.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed June 16, 2017).
Contributor:
Brouwer, R. L., author.
Cambridge University Press
ISBN:
9781108161022
1108161022
9781108160780
Publisher Number:
99973096582
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Restricted for use by site license.