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Towards a more complete tool for coastal engineering: solitary wave generation, propagation and breaking in an SPH-based model
Dominguez, J.M.; Altomare, C.; González-Cao, J.; Lomonaco, P. (2019). Towards a more complete tool for coastal engineering: solitary wave generation, propagation and breaking in an SPH-based model. Coast. Eng. J. 61(1): 15-40. https://hdl.handle.net/10.1080/21664250.2018.1560682
In: Coastal Engineering Journal. Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Committee on Coastal Engineering: Tokyo. ISSN 0578-5634; e-ISSN 1793-6292, meer
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    Solitary waves; SPH; DualSPHysics; wave-structure interaction; wavegeneration

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  • Dominguez, J.M.
  • Altomare, C., meer
  • González-Cao, J.
  • Lomonaco, P.

Abstract
    The present work describes the implementation of an advanced solitary wave generation system in the mesh-less SPH-based DualSPHysics model to simulate tsunami-like solitary waves. Three different generation theories have been implemented and are extended to generate multiple solitary waves. The numerical model is validated against theoretical solutions and physical model results from three different experimental campaigns, which investigated respectively: i) the forces exerted on harbour protections; ii) the run-up of solitary waves on a gentle beach; and iii) the impact of double solitary waves on two cylindrical reservoirs. The differences of modelling breaking and non-breaking wave conditions are highlighted. The results demonstrate the capability of DualSPHysics to represents the main hydrodynamic properties of solitary waves when interacting with the shoreline or with coastal structures. The applicability of DualSPHysics to coastal engineering problems is enhanced, being the model already capable of generating monochromatic waves and random sea states.

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