Shoreline directional wave spectra Part 2:instrumentation and field-measurements

Chadwick, A. J. and Pope, D. J. and Borges, J. and Ilic, Suzana (1995) Shoreline directional wave spectra Part 2:instrumentation and field-measurements. Proceedings of the ICE - Water Maritime and Energy, 112 (3). pp. 209-214. ISSN 0965-0946

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Abstract

A device for measuring shoreline directional wave spectra is described which has successfully measured shoreline waves over a three-month period, including some major storm events. The directional energy densities have been determined using the maximum likelihood method (MLM). All of the derived wave parameters have been entered in a temporary database, which will eventually form part of a much larger permanent computer database. This database will comprise a unique set of high quality directional wave data which may be used for evaluating computational models of wave transformations and the effects of offshore breakwaters on beach evolution.

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Journal Article
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Proceedings of the ICE - Water Maritime and Energy
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71700
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11 Nov 2014 10:08
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Yes
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Published
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