Difference of the wave-induced soil response between dynamic and quasi-static solutions
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Marine geotechnical engineers have extensively studied the phenomenon of wave-seabed interaction problems in the last decades. Most previous investigations have focused on the quasi-static soil behavior, because of the complicated mathematic procedure associated with dynamic behaviors. However, the influence of dynamic soil behavior on the wave-induced seabed response cannot always be ignored under certain combination of wave and soil conditions. In this paper, an analytical solution for the wave-seabed interaction with dynamic soil response is derived. Numerical results demonstrate the significant effects of dynamic soil behavior on the wave-induced seabed response. The applicable range of the present solution will also be clarified.
Proceedings of the 12th International Offshore and Polar engineering Conference
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