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FULLY NONLINEAR MODELING OF NEARSHORE WAVE PROPAGATION INCLUDING THE EFFECTS OF WAVE BREAKING

Abstract : INTRODUCTION Nearshore wave modeling over spatial scales of several kilometers requires balancing the fine-scale modeling of physical processes with the model's accuracy and efficiency. In this work, a fully nonlinear potential flow model is proposed as a compromise between simplified linear, weakly nonlinear or weakly dispersive models and direct CFD approaches.
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Christos Papoutsellis, Marissa Yates, Bruno Simon, Michel Benoit. FULLY NONLINEAR MODELING OF NEARSHORE WAVE PROPAGATION INCLUDING THE EFFECTS OF WAVE BREAKING. Proc. 36th Int. Conf. Coastal Eng. (ICCE'2018), Jul 2018, Baltimore, France. pp.78, ⟨10.9753/icce.v36.waves.78⟩. ⟨hal-02121156⟩

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