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TOWARDS MODELLING COASTAL SEDIMENT TRANSPORT
Coastal Engineering Proceedings
Sediment transport data from the field and laboratory tests are used to gain insight into two fundamental questions. Firstly: What is the relative importance of coexisting waves and currents for the resulting sediment transport? Secondly: Is the influence of grain size as strong as traditional models predict, or is it as weak as the empirical CERC-formula indicates? Wave tank data reveal that the oscillatory velocity will in most cases determine the direction as well as the magnitude of thedoi:10.9753/icce.v21.144 fatcat:htvjse5vyjdyba3lww274cyf7a