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Directional waves simulated for a severe cyclone and a typical monsoon season in the north Indian Ocean
(Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, 2001)
A second generation wave model has been used to simulate waves generated in the north Indian Ocean during (1) an exceptional severe cyclone which occurred in November 1977 and (2) a typical monsoon month of July 1987. The ...
Numerical Modelling of Ballast Water Dispersion in Different Bioregions along the Coast of India
(ASEAN Committee on Science and Technology (COST), 2018)
Aquatic organisms and pathogens may become major threats to the coastal and marine environment when introduced into a region beyond their natural distributions through ballast water (BW). Coastal currents induced by tides ...
What drives nearshore sediment transport controls on the depletion of beach placers at Manavalakurichi, Southwest Coast of India?.
(Taylor and Francis, 2014)
An in-depth analysis has been made to simulate hydrodynamic scenarios for understanding the nearshore sediment transport controls of placer mineral depletion at Manavalakurichi, India. From the analyses of topographic ...
Tidal eddies in a semi-enclosed basin: A model study
A modeling study has been carried out to support a Marine Management Plan for the Gulf of Kachchh, India and here the hydrodynamic part of the programme is described. The hydrodynamic model accurately predicts the tides ...