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Ocean wave forces due to high wind

Ocean wave forces due to high wind

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I have to check the strength of an existing frame composed of two driven prestressed piles connected by a poured tie beam about ten feet above MSL and subject to hurricane force winds and waves.

Does anyone have any expertise in calculating the force of such a wave against the flat surface of the piling?

Your help would be much appreciated.

 

http://www.spiraleng.com
 

RE: Ocean wave forces due to high wind


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US Army Corps of Engineers Coastal Engineering Manual

EM 1110-2-1100

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tsgrue: site engineering, stormwater
management, landscape design, ecosystem
rehabilitation, mathematical simulation
http://hhwq.blogspot.com

RE: Ocean wave forces due to high wind

You will also want wind and wave data.  If no wave data is available, you can use hindcasting.

Regards.

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