Structure-Seabed Interactions in Marine Environments
Jeng, Dong-Sheng (editor)
Guo, Zhen (editor)
Hong, Yi (editor)
The phenomenon of soil–structure interactions in marine environments has attracted great attention from coastal geotechnical engineers in recent years. One of the reasons for the growing interest is the rapid development of marine resources (such as in the oil and gas industry, marine renewable energy, and fish farming industry) as well as the damage to marine infrastructure that has occurred in the last two decades. To assist practical engineers in the design and planning of coastal geotechnical projects, a better understanding of the mechanisms of soil–structure interactions in marine environments is desired. This Special Issue reports the recent advances in the problems of structure–seabed interactions in marine environment and provides practical engineers and researchers with information on recent developments in this field.
Keywordswave-seabed-structure interactions; mesh-free model; local radial basis function collocation method; oscillatory liquefaction; irregular wave; sand; void ratio; disturbed state concept; disturbance function; constitutive model; seepage failure; critical hydraulic gradient; excess pore pressure; fluidization degree; resuspension; soil; liquefaction; fractional order; cyclic mobility; spudcan; stiffness; reduction; finite element analysis; dual-stage Eulerian–Lagrangian technique; slope stability; immersed tunnel; solitary wave; foundation trench; numerical modeling; scour; marine structures; numerical modelling; sediment transport; Biot’s equations; multiphase theory; RANS equations; seabed; in situ test; liquefied submarine sediments; rheological characteristics; pile jacking; consolidation effect; saturated fine-grained soil; excess pore water pressure; pile set-up; side shear resistance; hybrid Lagrangian–ALE method; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues