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Wave modelling and wave climates at a project location
Extreme events, climate change and combined design wave and water level conditions for design
Nearshore and coastal structures
Wave structure interaction, and empirical formulae
Physical model testing and advanced numerical techniques
Gain a better awareness of how wave conditions are characterised, and how uncertainty is considered
Improved understanding of the wave characteristics used in design
Develop an appreciation of the approaches taken to assess and quantify wave actions on nearshore and coastal structures
Members who are involved with projects on the coast or have a general interest in the sea.
Chief Technical Director and Engineering Group Manager, HR Wallingford
He is a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers, with extensive experience in maritime projects, and a particular interest in concrete caissons.
Email - [email protected]
Discover the aspects of maritime design and where they differ from typical structural design.
Publish Date ‐ 20 October 2020
Location ‐ N/A
Price ‐ £26.00 + VAT
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