Storm Surge for Extreme Water Level Prediction In Arabian Gulf Water's The extreme water level at any location is an important parameter required for ...
Storm Surge for Extreme Water Level Prediction In Arabian Gulf Water's The extreme water level at any location is an important parameter required for the proper design of a coastal structure. Storms are atmospheric disturbances characterized by low pressures and high winds. A storm surge represents the water surface response to wind-induced surface shear stress and pressure fields. Storm-induced surges can produce short-term increases in water level that rise to an elevation considerably above mean water levels. This APPs provides an estimate for the extreme water level at the Selected Located in Arabian Gulf. According to Kamphuis (2000), there are several types of water level fluctuations and they can be classified according to their return period for Short Terms as (Astronomic Tides, Storm Surge, Wave setup and Seiche. A KSurge Model was developed by (Al-Salem K., 2009) to predict the the extreme storm surge at Kuwait Coastal line. Internet version was list at website address : http://www.hceatkuwait.net/web_pas/Ksurge/kstorm.aspx.
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