Uso de la técnica SPH para el estudio de la interacción entre olas y estructuras


  • M. Gómez Gesteira Universidad de Vigo
  • R.A. Dalrymple Johns Hopkins University
  • A.J.C. Crespo Universidad de Vigo
  • D. Cerqueiro Universidad de Vigo


Palabras clave:

Enginyeria civil, Enginyeria hidràulica, marítima i sanitària


Se muestra la potencialidad del método SPH (Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics) para el tratamiento de la interacción entre olas y estructuras. En particular, se estudia el proceso de rebase de una ola sobre una estructura horizontal paralela a la superficie del agua en reposo mediante una versión bidimensional del código y la colisión de una ola solitaria con una estructura vertical delgada mediante una versión tridimensional. En ambos casos se muestra cómo el modelo reproduce tanto cualitativa como cuantitativamente diferentes experimentos de laboratorio.


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Cómo citar

Gómez Gesteira, M., Dalrymple, R., Crespo, A., & Cerqueiro, D. (2004). Uso de la técnica SPH para el estudio de la interacción entre olas y estructuras. Ingeniería Del Agua, 11(2), 147–170.