Regular wave experiments for twin circular submerged floating tunnel tethered to sea bottom

Title
Regular wave experiments for twin circular submerged floating tunnel tethered to sea bottom
Author(s)
오상호; 박우선
KIOST Author(s)
Oh, Sang Ho(오상호)Park, Woo Sun(박우선)
Publication Year
2017-06-28
Abstract
Assessment of hydrodynamic performance of submerged floating tunnel (SFT) under wave loading is one of important factor in the design of the structure. In this study, physical experiments were conducted in a two-dimensional wave flume to investigate hydrodynamic characteristics of a twin circular SFT model under the action of regular waves having different heights and periods. Five different configurations of the twin SFT model was tested in the experiment. The experimental results showed that the three-degree motions of the twin SFT and the associated tensile forces on the tension legs greatly vary with the configurations of the model. It was found that the CD0 configurations are most adequate for satisfactorily restricting the horizontal and vertical motions of the SFT model.vestigate hydrodynamic characteristics of a twin circular SFT model under the action of regular waves having different heights and periods. Five different configurations of the twin SFT model was tested in the experiment. The experimental results showed that the three-degree motions of the twin SFT and the associated tensile forces on the tension legs greatly vary with the configurations of the model. It was found that the CD0 configurations are most adequate for satisfactorily restricting the horizontal and vertical motions of the SFT model.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/23920
Bibliographic Citation
OMAE 2017, pp.1 - 6, 2017
Publisher
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
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Research Interests

Development of harbor structures,Analysis of harbor structures,Design of harbor structures,항만구조물개발,항만구조물해석,항만구조물설계

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