A new practical model for net sand transport induced by non-breaking waves and currents is being developed within the SANTOSS research project. Phase I of model development is reported here. In comparison with existing models, the main improvement is the description of the wave-related transport. More specifically, phase lag effects in the sheet-flow and ripple regime — which potentially have a large effect on the net transport — are accounted for in a parameterized way. The santoss model is calibrated against a large set of data from oscillatory flow tunnel experiments covering a wide range of flow and sand conditions. The new model is seen to perform better than existing practical transport models, and is applicable to a larger range of conditions.
|Title of host publication||PROCEEDINGS Coastal Sediments '07|
|Subtitle of host publication||Sixth International Symposium on Coastal Engineering and Science of Coastal Sediment Process New Orleans, Louisiana, United States May 13-17, 2007|
|Editors||Nicholas C Kraus, Julie Dean Rosati|
|Publisher||American Society of Civil Engineers|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
van der Werf, J. J., Ribberink, J. S., & O'Donoghue, T. (2007). Development of a New Practical Model for Sand Transport Induced by Non-Breaking Waves Currents. In N. C. Kraus, & J. D. Rosati (Eds.), PROCEEDINGS Coastal Sediments '07: Sixth International Symposium on Coastal Engineering and Science of Coastal Sediment Process New Orleans, Louisiana, United States May 13-17, 2007 (pp. 42-55). American Society of Civil Engineers. https://doi.org/10.1061/40926(239)4