By Robert M. Sorensen

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8). Also, we will assume that shallow water wave conditions exist so Sxx ¼ 3E=2. These assumptions lead to a solution to Eq. 52) given by dd 0 ¼ dx 8 1þ 2 3g À1 dd dx (2:54) which gives the slope of the mean water level as a function of the bottom slope in the surf zone. 2 m deep (below the mean water level) as it is about to break. 02. Find the setdown at the breaker point and the setup (above the still water line) at the still water line contour of the shore. Assume shallow water wave conditions throughout.

12. Derive the equations for the horizontal and vertical components of particle acceleration in a standing wave, starting from the velocity potential [Eq. 55)]. 13. 7 m. At this location the tide range is 1 m. 4 hours, estimate the peak Xood tidal Xow velocity at this location in the river. 14. Consider the conditions given in Problem 13. 1 m estimate the tide range and peak Xood tidal Xow velocity. 15. 30 m high. 5 m and the wave period is 2 s. How high is this wave 8 s later? 16. Consider a 1 m high, 4 s wave in water 5 m deep.

53) shows that the setdown is zero irrespective of the wave height because the sinh term is very large. In shallow water, which may be used as an estimate of the conditions just prior to breaking, d 0 ¼ ÀH 2 =16d. 34 / Basic Coastal Engineering In the surf zone, the rate of energy dissipation by wave breaking will depend on the type of breaker that occurs. This rate of energy dissipation is complex and typically nonuniform. , H ¼ g(d þ d 0 ). 8). Also, we will assume that shallow water wave conditions exist so Sxx ¼ 3E=2.