Submerged Fixed Floating Structure under the Action of Surface Current
AbstractThe implementation of floating structures has increased with the construction of new sluices for flood control. The overturning moment of floating structure and its influencing factors are the important parameters that determine the structural safety. It is essential to understand the overturning characteristics of these structures in currents. Based on hydrodynamic theory and equilibrium analysis, the hydraulic characteristics of a floating structure are discussed by means of theoretical analysis and experiments. A formula for the overturning moment is developed in terms of the time-averaged pressure on the structure. The corresponding parametric study aims to assess the effects of flow velocities, vertical positions, shape ratios and water levels on the overturning moment. The experimental results show that hydrodynamic factors have a significant influence on the overturning of the structure. Furthermore, a relationship is obtained between the overturning moment and the contributing parameters according to dimensional analysis and the linear fitting method of multidimensional ordinary least squares (OLS). The results predicted by the formula agree with the experimental results, demonstrating the potential for general applicability. View Full-Text
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Cui, Z.; Fu, Z.-F.; Dai, W.-H.; Lai, Z.-Q. Submerged Fixed Floating Structure under the Action of Surface Current. Water 2018, 10, 102.
Cui Z, Fu Z-F, Dai W-H, Lai Z-Q. Submerged Fixed Floating Structure under the Action of Surface Current. Water. 2018; 10(2):102.Chicago/Turabian Style
Cui, Zhen; Fu, Zong-fu; Dai, Wen-hong; Lai, Zheng-qing. 2018. "Submerged Fixed Floating Structure under the Action of Surface Current." Water 10, no. 2: 102.