Comparison of different armour units of coastal structures in Rize-Artvin airport under overtopping and stability conditions

2017
Uğurlu, Arif
In this study, the armour units which are considered to be used in the construction of Rize-Artvin Airport are compared due to their stability and overtopping conditions. The study followed the necessary procedure for the design of coastal structures starting from determination design wave characteristics. The wave transformations to the structure are performed using P025 numerical model which was developed by Port Airport Research Institute, Japan. During design computations global warming, wind set-up, wave set-up, seasonal tides, barometric and coriolis effect and tidal effect are also taken into account to cover all possible critical conditions during the service life of the structures. Using the design wave characteristics and 15 different structure alternatives, a series of physical model experiments are performed to obtain the most appropriate option for the cross-section of coastal defense structures of Rize-Artvin Airport. Finally all results are compared and the most reliable sections are introduced with discussions.  

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Citation Formats
A. Uğurlu, “Comparison of different armour units of coastal structures in Rize-Artvin airport under overtopping and stability conditions,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2017.