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Two dimensional wave-current-structure interaction with flat or sloping seabed environment in a linearized framework

Two dimensional wave-current-structure interaction with flat or sloping seabed environment in a linearized framework
Two dimensional wave-current-structure interaction with flat or sloping seabed environment in a linearized framework

Two dimensional wave-current-structure interaction problems are investigated in a sea environment with a flat or sloping seabed using linear boundary conditions. This problem is separated into steady and unsteady potential components. The former accounts for the current flowing over the seabed or fixed body whereas the latter describes the wave interaction with the current through modification of the free surface boundary conditions. Both steady and unsteady problems are solved using a boundary element model incorporating a continuous Rankine source method. The developed numerical model is validated by comparison with published data, where possible, and the investigation extended to examine the hydrodynamic responses of a forced oscillating body subject to the combined interactions arising from the wave, current and seabed.

Continuous rankine source, Steady and unsteady flows, Wave-current-seabed-structure interactions
0029-8018
732-747
Feng, Aichun
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Magee, Allan Ross
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Price, W. G.
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Feng, Aichun
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Magee, Allan Ross
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Price, W. G.
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Feng, Aichun, Magee, Allan Ross and Price, W. G. (2019) Two dimensional wave-current-structure interaction with flat or sloping seabed environment in a linearized framework. Ocean Engineering, 173, 732-747. (doi:10.1016/j.oceaneng.2019.01.036).

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Abstract

Two dimensional wave-current-structure interaction problems are investigated in a sea environment with a flat or sloping seabed using linear boundary conditions. This problem is separated into steady and unsteady potential components. The former accounts for the current flowing over the seabed or fixed body whereas the latter describes the wave interaction with the current through modification of the free surface boundary conditions. Both steady and unsteady problems are solved using a boundary element model incorporating a continuous Rankine source method. The developed numerical model is validated by comparison with published data, where possible, and the investigation extended to examine the hydrodynamic responses of a forced oscillating body subject to the combined interactions arising from the wave, current and seabed.

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Accepted/In Press date: 12 January 2019
e-pub ahead of print date: 25 January 2019
Published date: 1 February 2019
Keywords: Continuous rankine source, Steady and unsteady flows, Wave-current-seabed-structure interactions

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Local EPrints ID: 430399
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/430399
ISSN: 0029-8018
PURE UUID: ee5e5aa5-297b-456f-88a7-0abb33a2102c

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Date deposited: 26 Apr 2019 16:30
Last modified: 07 Oct 2020 00:22

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