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Rogue waves. Forecast and impact on marine structures

More:  Institute 
Dutch title: Extreme golven. Voorspelling en impact op mariene structuren
Reference no: 3E000818
Period: December 2000 till November 2003
Status: Completed

Thesaurus terms: Coastal engineering; Waves (water)
Geographical term: Belgium [Marine Regions]

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  • KU Leuven; Departement Burgerlijke Bouwkunde; Afdeling Hydraulica, more, co-ordinator

Abstract:
The project wants to confirm the existence of individual waves of exceptional wave height or abnormal shape (rogue waves). New design criteria considering the impact of rogue waves on ships and offshore constructions are to be derived. The innovation is the combination of oceanographic knowledge, ocean wave data resources and theoretical considerations with new approaches to vessel and marine construction design and operation. It addresses the needs of coastal engineers and port designers/operators in terms of the influence and impact of extreme waves. One of the objective is therefore to provide a quality-based metocean information product for the benefit of both high sea and coastal zone operating industry and authorities.

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