The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 65 (1987) > Issues > Issue 2 > Modelling of Coastal Dynamics
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Modelling of Coastal Dynamics

Coastal dynamics is an all-embracing title for the complex interactions which take place in the coastal zone between water motions induced by tides and waves, seabed materials, natural coastal features, and man-made structures. This lecture considers the available models dealing with coastal hydrodynamic processes, discusses their assumptions, limitations, foreseeable trends in their development, and the extent to which full-scale data can verify the model predictions. Professor P. Holmes and K. Anastasiou