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Special Issue on SPH (Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics) for Coastal and Ocean Engineering

By Coastal Engineering Journal

This special issue collection on: SPH (Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics) for Coastal and Ocean Engineering is made up of the state-of-art research on SPH technology for reliable reproductions of various important phenomena corresponding to Coastal or Ocean Engineering, ranging from complex wave-structure interactions, swash morphodynamics, wave transformations and scouring.

The special feature covers topics such as:

  • Numerical simulation for swash morphodynamics by DEM–MPS coupling model
  • Towards a more complete tool for coastal engineering: solitary wave generation, propagation and breaking in an SPH-based model
  • Development of PARISPHERE as the particle-based numerical wave flume for coastal engineering problems
  • Extreme wave impacts on a wave energy converter: load prediction through a SPH model
  • An integrated finite particle method with perfectly matched layer for modeling wave-structure interaction
  • A simple SPH model of a free surface water wave pump: waves above a submerged plate
  • Development and experimental validation of a multidirectional circular wave basin using smoothed particle hydrodynamics

You can enjoy free access to these articles, exclusively via this page, until the end of July, 2019

Coastal Engineering Journal

Table of Contents for Coastal Engineering Journal. List of articles from both the latest and ahead of print issues.

Language: en-US

Publisher: tandf

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