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Measuring Runup and Bed Shear Stress Using Long Stroke Wave-Makers
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PI(s): Philip Liu, Harry Yeh
Dates: September 01, 2010 - January 25, 2013
Facility: Oregon State University, OR, United States
Organization(s): Cornell University, NY, United States
Based on the observations during the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunamis, it is evident that the leading tsunami waves could have various forms: undulating bores and long waves with a leading depression. It is certain that theses leading waves are not solitary... (more)
Website(s): Runup and Bed Shear Stress (view)
Group Space: Project:Measuring Runup and Bed Shear Stress Using Long Stroke Wave-Makers
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Tags (keywords):
  1. bed shear stress
  2. solitary waves
  3. plane beach
  4. swash
  5. run-up
  6. N-waves
  7. bores
Data Re-use Status: This Project does not reuse data from other projects.