Experimental Investigation on Wave Run-Up and Wave Attenuation Using Artificial Emergent Vegetation
Ch. Venu Kishore1, K. Krishna Veni2, J. Pardha Saradhi3
1Ch. Venu Kishore, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, VVIT, College Namburu (Andhra Pradesh), India.
2K.Krishna Veni, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, VVIT, College Namburu (Andhra Pradesh), India.
3J.Pardha Saradhi, Department of Engineering Consultant, L& T Company.
Manuscript received on 10 January 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 20 January 2019 | Manuscript Published on 30 January 2019 | PP: 140-142 | Volume-8 Issue-2S2, January 2019 | Retrieval Number: B10300182S219/19©BEIESP
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Abstract: Numerous numerical model investigations and field examines has been done as such far yet there is no extensive physical displaying directed for the impacts of vegetation types on wave constriction. The investigation of present tentatively the idea of the impact of consolidated vegetation on wave constriction to assess the impact of various parameters like stature of wave, time of wave and vegetation qualities on wave vitality scattering. Froude’s comparability criteria with 1:30 scaled measurements are utilized for physical displaying of vegetation for various still water levels and wave qualities. The wave flume of the previously mentioned office is 50 m long, 0.71 m wide and 1.1 m profound chamber with a the base pivoted paddle toward one side which creates waves and a stone shoreline for wave ingestion at the contrary end. The oar is controlled by an acceptance engine of 11 kW control at 1450 rpm.
Keywords: Artificial Vegetation, Coastal Vegetation, Shoreline Protection, Submerged Sea Grass, Wave Attenuation.
Scope of the Article: Coastal Engineering