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3). 4. The placement of a structure such as a cofferdam in a river leads to accelerated currents around the leading corners, and the formation of a deep scour hole either at the corners or some distance downstream where a vortex has formed. These have reached depths of 10–20 m below the adjoining bottom and have resulted in general instability. 3 Oscillating movement of seafloor pipeline due to current. q 2007 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC Construction of Marine and Offshore Structures 24 5. Velocity caps are flat concrete slabs supported on short posts just above the inlet to a seawater intake.
Waves approaching a shore having a deep inlet or trench through the surf zone will refract away from the inlet, leaving it relatively calm, while increasing the wave energy breaking in the shallow water on either side. As waves and swells move from deep water into shallow water, their characteristics change dramatically. Only their period remains essentially the same. The wavelength shortens and the height increases. This, of course, leads to steepening of the wave, until it eventually breaks. 9 Wave height–wave period relationship.
8. 8. 9. As swells and waves approach the land or shoal areas, the bottom friction causes them to slow down; the wave front will refract around toward normal with the shore. This is why waves almost always break onshore even though the winds may be blowing parallel to it. Multiple refractions can create confused seas and make it difficult to orient a construction barge or vessel for optimum operational efficiency. At some locations, two refraction patterns will superimpose, increasing the wave height and steepness.