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Deep water wave characteristics off Karwar, west coast of India
(NIO, Goa, 1993)
Directional spread parameter at intermediate water depth
The characteristics of directional spread parameters at intermediate water depth are investigated based on a cosine power '2s' directional spreading model. This is based on wave measurements carried out using a Datawell ...
Nearshore processes along north Karnataka coast
(Allied, Chennai, 2001)
Ten base stations were established along the shoreline between Karwar and Bhatkal and monthly beach profiles, breaking wave characteristics and longshore currents were measured for a period of one year. The lowest beach ...
Field measurement on longshore current variation between Ratnagiri and Mangalore, west coast of India
(CWPRS, Pune, 1992)
The daily measurements on longshore current velocity and direction were carried out at selected 12 stations along the coast between Ratnagiri and Mangalore, India. The directional wave data measured at Karwar were used to ...
Multipeakedness and groupiness of shallow water waves along Indian coast
(Coastal Education and Reserch Foundation, 2003)
Based on one year wave data collected at 4 locations along the Indian coast, the frequency of occurrence of double-peaked spectra was estimated. It was found that 40% of the data analysed was single-peaked. The double ...
Response of surface buoy moorings in steady and wave flows
(Oxford and IBH, New Delhi, 1992)
A numerical model has been developed to evaluate the dynamics of surface buoy mooring systems under wave and current loading. System tension response and variation of tension in the mooring line at various depths have been ...
Characteristics of waves off Goa, west coast of India
(Coastal Research Foundation, 2000)
Directional wave measurements were carried out using Datawell directional waverider buoy off Goa along west coast of India during the south west monsoon period in 1996 and the results are presented. Theoretical joint ...
Directional wave spectra off southeast coast of Tamil Nadu
(Allied, Chennai (India), 1996)
Knowledge on directional wave parameter is important for the design of any coastal structure and estimation of nearshore sediment tansport. The desired degree of detail may vary from the information on predominant wave ...
Longshore sediment transport rate-measurement and estimation, central west coast of India
Measurements of the longshore sediment transport rate (LSTR) along the surf zone at a 4-km-long beach on the central west coast of India were made over a 4-month period. During the study, both the lateral and vertical ...
Estimation of wave directional spreading in shallow water
Wave directional spreading in shallow water is described in this paper. Waves were measured for a period of two months using the Datawell directional waverider buoy at 15m water depth on the east coast of India in the Bay ...