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Maritime Technology and Engineering book

# Maritime Technology and Engineering

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Maritime Technology and Engineering book

Edited ByCarlos Guedes Soares, T.A. Santos

Edition 1st Edition

First Published 2014

eBook Published 30 September 2014

Pub. location London

Imprint CRC Press

Pages 1450 pages

eBook ISBN 9780429226663

SubjectsEngineering & Technology

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Guedes Soares, C. (Ed.), Santos, T. (Ed.). (2015). Maritime Technology and Engineering. London: CRC Press, https://doi.org/10.1201/b17494

Maritime Technology and Engineering includes the papers presented at the 2nd International Conference on Maritime Technology and Engineering (MARTECH 2014, Lisbon, Portugal, 15-17 October 2014). The contributions reflect the internationalization of the maritime sector, and cover a wide range of topics: Ports; Maritime transportation; Inland navigat

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

chapter |8 pages

#### Invited lectures The past, present and future of the ocean engineering activities

ByH. Maeda

chapter |14 pages

#### Risk assessment for ship collisions against offshore structures

P. Terndrup Pedersen

ByP.T. Pedersen

chapter |12 pages

#### Ports The container terminal characteristics and customer satisfaction

ByV. Caldeirinha, J.A. Felício & A. Dionísio

chapter |8 pages

#### Performance evaluation using data envelopment analysis: The case of Portuguese general cargo terminals

ByJ.F.C. Grilo & J.C.Q. Dias

chapter |10 pages

#### A System Dynamics model for evaluating container terminal management policies

ByA.M.P. Santos, J.P. Mendes & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |14 pages

#### Methodology and tools to design container terminals

ByT.A. Santos, M. Marques & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Maritime transportation A generic maritime transportation network model

ByA. Carreira, J.P. Mendes & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Assessment of motorways of the sea through a method based on analysis of decision groups

ByA. Martínez-López, D. Pena-Agras & A. Munín-Doce

chapter |12 pages

#### Competition dynamics between the Hamburg-Le Havre and the Mediterranean port ranges

ByA.M.P. Santos & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Inland navigation Technical feasibility study of iron ore export using Douro river

ByD.B.V. Lima, T.A. Santos & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Analysis of river/sea transportation of ore bulk using simulation process

ByD. Merino da Silva & M. Ventura

chapter |10 pages

#### Design optimization of a bulk carrier for river/sea ore transport

ByD. Merino da Silva & M. Ventura

chapter |12 pages

#### Forecasting navigability conditions of the Tapajós waterway—Amazon—Brazil

ByN.M. Figueiredo, C.J.C. Blanco & H.B. Moraes

chapter |8 pages

#### Maritime economy Features of the maritime clusters of the Atlantic Arc

ByA.M. Ferreira, C. Guedes Soares & R. Salvador

chapter |6 pages

#### Participative approaches to the Portuguese maritime cluster

ByR. Salvador, A. Simões & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Multipliers, linkages and influence fields among the sectors of the Portuguese maritime cluster

ByA. Simões, C. Guedes Soares & R. Salvador

chapter |12 pages

#### Main challenges facing the aquaculture sector: From a worldwide insight to a regional perspective

ByP. Valadas Monteiro & R. Salvador

chapter |10 pages

#### Simulation and analysis of maritime traffic in the Tagus River Estuary using AIS data

ByH. Rong, A.P. Teixeira & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Assessment of ship collision estimation methods using AIS data

ByP. Silveira, A.P. Teixeira & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Ship emergency response workflow modeling based on WIFA in uncertain knowledge of situation

ByB. Wu, X.P. Yan, Y. Wang, K. Wu & T.Q. Zhou

chapter |12 pages

#### Maritime accidents Application of the TRACEr taxonomy for the codification of grounding and collision accidents

ByA. Graziano, A.P. Teixeira & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Statistical analysis of ship accidents that occurred in the period 1990–2012 and assessment of safety level of ship types

ByA. Papanikolaou, K. Bitha, E. Eliopoulou & N.P. Ventikos

chapter |8 pages

#### Systems structure and simulation design of emergency response to maritime accidents

ByB.C. Sun, Y. Zhang, W.F. Li, X.L. Jiang & G. Lodewijks

chapter |12 pages

#### Statistics for marine accidents in adverse weather conditions

ByN.P. Ventikos, A. Koimtzoglou, K. Louzis & E. Eliopoulou

chapter |6 pages

#### Ship design Approach to quality assurance of repetitive projects in shipbuilding industry

ByT. Buksa, D. Pavletic & M. Forempoher Skuver

chapter |8 pages

#### Classification and analysis of vessels used in International Waterbike Regatta

ByP. Georgiev, S. Genkov, J. Denev & G. Saidov

chapter |10 pages

#### System modelling and performance assessment for naval ship design: An application for an Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV)

ByM.P. Salio, P. Gualeni & F. Perra

chapter |8 pages

#### Design optimization Surrogate-assisted robust design optimization considering interval-type uncertainty

ByY. Liu & M.D. Collette

chapter |8 pages

#### Structural optimisation for ice-strengthened vessels

R.A. Pedersen D.A. Molnes L.S. Stokkeland

ByR.A. Pedersen, D.A. Molnes, L.S. Stokkeland & S. Ehlers

chapter |8 pages

#### Multi-criteria optimization applied to tankers preliminary design

ByJ.M. Vasconcellos, M. Harduim & P. Araujo

chapter |8 pages

#### Computer aided ship design Assuring quality ship hull form representation for downstream applications

ByD.M. Edessa, L. Kleinsorge & R. Bronsart

chapter |6 pages

#### An approach for integrating quality management methods with CAD-systems in ship detail design

ByK. Hmeshah & R. Bronsart

chapter |10 pages

#### Assessment of still water bending moments for damaged hull girders

ByJ.M. Rodrigues, A.P. Teixeira & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |12 pages

#### Geometric modelling of ships for real-time 3D ship simulators

ByJ.M. Varela & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Shipyard technology A continuous simulation technology for ship hull manufacturing processes based on PPRM

ByH. Guangxu & M. Mei

chapter |12 pages

#### Development of a product oriented by work breakdown structure and application of hull block construction method for inland barges

ByP.I.D. Lameira, E.M. Braga & H.B. Moraes

chapter |12 pages

#### Optimization design of planning and production control in a shipyard—case study: The Amazon region

ByP.I.D. Lameira, E.S.P. Loureiro, H.B. Moraes, N.M. Figueiredo & C.M. Benjamin

chapter |14 pages

#### Detection and context-driven reaction to production process anomalies in shipyards

ByM. Ventura, L. Soares, C. Guedes Soares & Á. Oliveira

chapter |6 pages

#### Longitudinal strength Experimental analysis of a box girder with double span subject to pure bending moment

ByJ.M. Gordo & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |12 pages

#### A study on the progressive collapse behaviour of a damaged hull girder

ByS.H. Makouei, A.P. Teixeira & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Ultimate strength assessment of a container ship accounting for the effect of neutral axis movement

ByM. Tekgoz, Y. Garbatov & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |16 pages

#### Influence of the shear force and distributed load on the longitudinal ultimate strength

ByV. Zanic & S. Kitarovic

chapter |8 pages

#### Structural energy absorption Cryogenic crashworthiness of LNG fuel storage tanks

ByB. Atli-Veltin & A.W. Vredeveldt

chapter |6 pages

#### Structural analysis under ice loads for ships operating in Arctic waters

ByS. Ehlers, B. Erceg, I. Jordaan & R. Taylor

chapter |8 pages

#### Experimental and numerical study on response of rectangular tubes subjected to transverse impact loadings

ByB. Liu & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |12 pages

#### Optimization of the ballistic properties of an Advanced Composite Armor system: Analysis and validation of numerical models subject to high velocity impacts

ByG. Sabadin, M. Gaiotti, C.M. Rizzo & A. Bassano

chapter |10 pages

#### Stiffened panels Influence of geometric parameters on the structural strength of reinforced cylindrical shells under external hydrostatic pressure

ByE.V. Grandez & T.A. Netto

chapter |10 pages

#### Ultimate strength of a stiffened plate with initial imperfections under complex loading

ByX. Shi, J. Zhang, A.P. Teixeira & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Eigenvalue analysis of stiffened plates resting on elastic foundation

ByM. Taczała & R. Buczkowski

chapter |10 pages

#### Strength assessment of a stiffened panel based on the modified stress curve approach

ByM. Tekgoz, Y. Garbatov & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Strength of welded plates Study on ultimate strength of ship plates with calculated weld-induced residual stress

ByB.Q. Chen & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Analysis of butt-weld induced distortion accounting for the welding sequences and weld toe geometry

ByM. Hashemzadeh, Y. Garbatov & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Numerical investigation of the thermal fields due to the welding sequences of butt-welds

ByM. Hashemzadeh, Y. Garbatov & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Compressive strength assessment of rectangular steel plates with a local dent or an opening

S. Saad-Eldeen

ByS. Saad-Eldeen, Y. Garbatov & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |12 pages

#### Strength assessment of wash plates subjected to combined lateral and axial loading

S. Saad-Eldeen

ByS. Saad-Eldeen, Y. Garbatov & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Ship structural components Innovative de-coupling materials for the isolation of ship cabins

ByA. Badino & E. Rizzuto

chapter |10 pages

#### Bonded joints in shipbuilding: A technological approach to the characterization of actual performances

ByD. Succio, E. Rizzuto, C. Gambaro & E. Lertora

chapter |10 pages

#### Fatigue crack growth analysis of a plate accounting for retardation effect

ByB. Yeter, Y. Garbatov & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |12 pages

#### Life cycle fatigue management for high speed vessels by integrating structural health monitoring data

ByJ. Zhu & M.D. Collette

chapter |12 pages

#### Composite structures Impact resistance of marine sandwich composites

ByT. Castilho, L.S. Sutherland & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Analysis of the stress distribution in a composite to steel joint

ByN. Kharghani, C. Guedes Soares & A. Milat

chapter |10 pages

#### Finite element parametric study of a composite-to-steel-joint

ByE.A. Kotsidis, I.G. Kouloukouras & N.G. Tsouvalis

chapter |10 pages

#### Flexural testing of sandwich laminates for steel-composite joints

ByL.S. Sutherland, F. Alizadeh & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Structural reliability & risk Short-term probabilistic combination of wave and whipping bending moments

ByM. Ćorak, J. Parunov & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Risk analysis of undesirable events during transport, loading and unloading of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) on ships

ByM.R. Martins, M.A. Pestana, R.B. Primon & F.B. Natacci

chapter |8 pages

#### A fundamental study on development of new higher performance anchors for safe maritime transportation

ByM. Masuda, I. Otani & K. Minami

chapter |12 pages

#### Fatigue reliability assessment of an offshore supporting structure

ByB. Yeter, Y. Garbatov & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Ship propulsion Toward the optimum design propulsion device for a specific trawler

ByS. Coache & J.-M. Laurens

chapter |10 pages

#### Experimental and numerical investigations for modelling propeller cavitation noise

ByS. Gaggero, T. Gaggero, E. Rizzuto, G. Tani, D. Villa, M. Viviani, E. Haimov & J. Hallander

chapter |10 pages

#### Efficient propulsion & control Dynamic Positioning system of a vessel with conventional propulsion configuration: Modeling and simulation

ByA. Alessandri, S. Donnarumma, G. Luria, M. Martelli, S. Vignolo, R. Chiti & L. Sebastiani

chapter |8 pages

#### Waste Heat Recovery systems from marine diesel engines: Comparison between new design and retrofitting solutions

ByM. Altosole, M. Laviola, A. Trucco & A. Sabattini

chapter |12 pages

#### Assessment of steam cycle layouts for COGAS ship propulsion systems

ByG. Benvenuto, M. Laviola & U. Campora

chapter |12 pages

#### Verification of full-scale performance of eco-friendly bulk carriers under actual operating conditions by onboard performance monitoring

ByH. Orihara, H. Yoshida, K. Hirota, K. Yamasaki & Y. Saitoh

chapter |10 pages

#### Ship propulsion & environment Challenges and opportunities for LNG as a ship fuel source and an application to bunkering network optimisation

ByM. Aymelek, E.K. Boulougouris, O. Turan & D. Konovessis

chapter |10 pages

#### How good is LNG as a marine fuel regarding greenhouse gas emissions?—Review of recent studies from Europe and the U.S.

ByS. Hartman, M. Kofod & T. Mundt

chapter |10 pages

#### Machinery selection to comply with future sulphur emission regulations

ByØ. Patricksson & O. Balland

chapter |10 pages

#### Future trends of electrical propulsion and implications to ship design

ByH. Pestana

chapter |6 pages

#### Environmental impact Annual emission estimation comparison of two methods for a ship

ByL. Bilgili & U.B. Celebi

chapter |6 pages

#### Establishment of an emission estimation approach for bulk carriers related to block coefficient (CB)

ByL. Bilgili & U.B. Celebi

chapter |10 pages

#### Assessing the environmental impacts of a ship’s hull from a life cycle perspective

ByS.D. Chatzinikolaou & N.P. Ventikos

chapter |12 pages

#### A model for the life cycle analysis of ships: Environmental impact during construction, operation and recycling

ByA. Mountaneas, C. Georgopoulou, G. Dimopoulos & N.M.P. Kakalis

chapter |10 pages

#### Energy efficiency A method for the analysis and design of flapping-foil thrusters for augmenting ship propulsion in waves

ByK.A. Belibassakis & E.S. Filippas

chapter |8 pages

#### Influence of ship routes on fuel consumption and CO2 emission

J. Prpić-Oršić R. Vettor & C. Guedes Soares

ByJ. Prpić-Oršić, R. Vettor, C. Guedes Soares & O.M. Faltinsen

chapter |12 pages

#### Multi-objective evolutionary algorithm in ship route optimization

ByR. Vettor & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Ship resistance Numerical simulation of added resistance in head waves: A RANSE and BEM approach

ByE. Ageno, D. Bruzzone & D. Villa

chapter |8 pages

#### Experimental investigation of the wake flow of a bulk-carrier model using a five-hole Pitot arrangement

ByD.E. Liarokapis, A.G. Zarifis, J. Trahanas & G.G. Tzabiras

chapter |10 pages

#### Methods for estimating the power of typical boats from Amazon

ByH.B. Moraes, R.M. Moraes & P.A. Wilson

chapter |10 pages

#### The effect of free-surface simulations on the resistance and propulsion characteristics of a ship

ByG.D. Tzabiras

chapter |6 pages

#### Ship maneuvring Initial experimental tests of a research-oriented self-running ship model

ByV. Ferrari, L.P. Perera, F.P. Santos, M.A. Hinostroza, S. Sutulo & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### A benchmark program for comparing hydrodynamic coefficients obtained from simulations and captive tests

ByV. Ferrari & F.H.H.A. Quadvlieg

chapter |6 pages

#### A numerical study on bank-effect related hydrodynamics

ByS.J. Ma, Z.J. Zou & L.P. Huang

chapter |14 pages

#### Preliminary analysis of ship manoeuvrability criteria in wind

ByS. Sutulo & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Shallow water hydrodynamics Comparing solutions of the coupled Boussinesq equations in shallow water

ByS.C. Mohapatra & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### On pressure disturbance waves in channels: Solitons, jets and ripples

R.M. Moreira J.T.A. Chacaltana J.A. Santos

ByR.M. Moreira, J.T.A. Chacaltana, J.A. Santos, S.R.A. Rodrigues, C.F. Neves & M.F. Nascimento

chapter |8 pages

#### Propagation of waves generated by a pressure disturbance moving in a channel

ByS.R.A. Rodrigues, C. Guedes Soares & J.A. Santos

chapter |12 pages

#### Analysis of the numerical errors in the application of the 3D moving patch method to ship-to-ship interaction in shallow water

ByX. Zhou, S. Sutulo & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Computational fluid dynamics Free surface flow simulation around a Wigley hull using viscous and potential flow approaches

Y.M. Ahmed C. Ciortan

ByY.M. Ahmed, C. Ciortan, A.D. Wnęk & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### CFD modelling of the waves generated by a wedge-shaped wave maker

ByJ.F.M. Gadelho, A. Lavrov, C. Guedes Soares, R. Urbina, M.P. Cameron & K.P. Thiagarajan

chapter |8 pages

#### Determining hydrodynamic coefficients of a cylinder with Navier-Stokes equations

ByJ.F.M. Gadelho, J.M. Rodrigues, A. Lavrov & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Numerical simulation of the free surface turbulent flow of a Wigley hull with trim and drift angle

ByS. Tarbiat, A. Lavrov & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Ship seakeeping Fully non-linear time domain simulation of 3D wave-body interaction by numerical wave tank

A. Abbasnia M. Ghaisi

ByA. Abbasnia, M. Ghaisi & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Influence of mesh refinement on the motions predicted by a panel code

ByH. Jafaryeganeh, J.M. Rodrigues & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Importance of non-linear hydrodynamic forces in ship design

ByD. Sengupta, A. Dutta & R. Datta

chapter |12 pages

#### Numerical and experimental study of parametric rolling of a container ship in regular and irregular head waves

ByE. Uzunoglu, S. Ribeiro e Silva & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |6 pages

#### Seakeeping & slamming Review of seakeeping criteria for container ship sustainable speed calculation in rough weather

ByL. Mudronja, P. Vidan & J. Parunov

chapter |8 pages

#### Experimental and numerical study on bottom slamming probability of a chemical tanker subjected to irregular waves

ByS. Wang & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Hydroelastic impact due to longitudinal compression on transient vibration of a horizontal elastic plate

ByS. Wang, D. Karmakar & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |14 pages

#### Responses of an LNG carrier in the presence of abnormal waves

ByH.D. Zhang & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Ship dynamics & hydrodynamics Approximation of towline influence on towed ship motions

ByI. Ćatipović, N. Degiuli, V. Čorić, A. Werner & J. Radanović

chapter |8 pages

#### Preliminary investigation on automatic berthing of waterjet catamaran

ByV. Ferrari, S. Sutulo & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Simulation of wave action on a moored container carrier inside Sines’ Harbour

L. Pinheiro, C.J.E.M. Fortes & B.M. Abecassis Jalles J.A. Santos

ByL. Pinheiro, C.J.E.M. Fortes, B.M. Abecassis Jalles, J.A. Santos & L. Fernandes

chapter |8 pages

#### The probabilistic approach for the damage stability assessment: An application case in the specific field of megayacht units

ByM. Spigno, P. Gualeni, D. Piva & M. Giannini

chapter |6 pages

#### Offshore platform dynamics Effect of wave particle velocity on drag force on semi-submersibles

ByX. Cheng & B. Wu

chapter |8 pages

#### The effects of wave parameters on motion performance of semi-submersible platforms

ByM. Ezoji, A.R.M. Gharabaghi & H. Gol-Zaroudi

chapter |8 pages

#### Comparison of floating structures motion prediction between diffraction, diffraction-viscous and diffraction-Morison methods

K. Jaswar C.L. Siow & N.M. Khairuddin

ByK. Jaswar, C.L. Siow, N.M. Khairuddin, H. Abyn & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Behavior of a riser with BOP suspended by the drilling vessel in movement

ByC.K. Morooka, J.R.P. Mendes & K. Miura

chapter |8 pages

#### Offshore platform design A design summary of a state of the art drilling semi-submersible

ByM. Laranjinha & T. Kvillum

chapter |8 pages

#### On the influence of damping plates on the vertical oscillations of cylinders

ByA. Lavrov & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Strength and stability considerations of an ageing oil tanker converted to support the mooring of ultra-deep water floating units

ByM. Tapia, P. Kaleff, A. Longo, V. Oliveira & I. Masetti

chapter |12 pages

#### Parametric modelling of multi-body cylindrical offshore wind turbine platforms

ByE. Uzunoglu & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Numerical investigation on the blade geometrical parameters of a Vertical Axis Marine Current Turbine

I. Amin

ByAxis Marine Current Turbine I. Amin

chapter |8 pages

#### Breaking wave loads on truss support structures for offshore wind turbines

ByW. Cieślikiewicz, O. Podrażka & O.T. Gudmestad

chapter |10 pages

#### Methodology and results of the sea trials for a second generation tidal converter

ByA. López, L.R. Núñez, J.A. Somolinos, E. Novoa & A. Carneros Lozano

chapter |10 pages

#### Conceptual definition of one OTEC floating plant

ByL.R. Núñez, A. Muñoz Yraola, L. Blay Muñoz & L. Pecharroman de las Heras

chapter |10 pages

#### Modelling pump efficiency in a generic hydraulic Power Take-Off for wave energy point absorbers

ByJ.F. Gaspar & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |8 pages

#### Hydrodynamic analysis of vertical flapping thin plate in oblique incident waves

ByD. Karmakar & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |12 pages

#### Feasibility study of the CECO wave energy converter

J. Marinheiro P. Rosa-Santos & F. Taveira-Pinto

ByJ. Marinheiro, P. Rosa-Santos, F. Taveira-Pinto & J. Ribeiro

chapter |8 pages

#### Effects of the projecting walls on an OWC type wave energy convertor for improvement of Power Take-Off performance

ByT. Ikoma, K. Masuda & H. Maeda

chapter |10 pages

#### Hydrodynamic performance assessment of a floating oscillating water column

ByK. Rezanejad & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |12 pages

#### A fundamental study on the applicability of the MPS method for performance estimation of the OWC type floating wave energy converter

Y. Sasahara, M. Masuda & K. Minami

ByY. Sasahara, M. Masuda, K. Minami & K. Masuda

chapter |8 pages

#### Wave statistics Wind and wave climate over the Black Sea

ByZ. Cherneva, C. Guedes Soares & N. Andreeva

chapter |12 pages

#### Outliers identification in a wave hindcast dataset used for regional frequency analysis

ByC. Lucas, G. Muraleedharan & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Weather window analysis of a site off Portugal

ByD. Martins, G. Muraleedharan & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Extreme wave statistics of linear and nonlinear waves in Hurricane Camille

ByA. Veltcheva & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |6 pages

#### Wave modelling Application of the Ensemble Kalman Filter to a high-resolution wave forecasting model for wave height forecast in coastal areas

ByS. Almeida, L. Rusu & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Influence of a new quay on the wave propagation inside the Sines harbour

ByE. Rusu & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |6 pages

#### Numerical modelling of the North Atlantic storms affecting the West Iberian coast

ByL. Rusu, S. Ponce de León & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |10 pages

#### Application of the numerical model SWAN in locations with vegetation in the Tiete-Paraná waterway—lake of Ilha Solteira’s Dam—Brazil

A.S. Vieira I.C. Gregório

ByA.S. Vieira, I.C. Gregório, C.J.E.M. Fortes, T. Suzuki & G. Maciel

chapter |8 pages

#### Wind & wave modelling A Lagrangian perspective of the 2013/2014 winter wave storms in the North Atlantic

M. Bernardino

ByM. Bernardino & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |6 pages

#### Analysis of wave heights and wind speeds in the Adriatic Sea

ByM. Katalinić, M. Ćorak & J. Parunov

chapter |8 pages

#### The performance of the Quasi-Determinism theory in crossing seas conditions

ByA. Santoro, F. Arena & C. Guedes Soares

chapter |11 pages

#### Comparison of altimeter derived wave periods and significant wave heights with buoy data in the Portuguese coastal environment

ByM. Sohrabi, L. Rusu & C. Guedes Soares