Stability of dolos and tribar overlays for rehabilitation of stone-armored rubble-mound breakwater and jetty trunks subjected to breaking waves
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acceptable option armor units Army Engineer Waterways attack of 1.37-sec breaking wave breakwater slope Breakwater Trunks Subjected Breakwaters and Jetties Carver CERC coefficient versus relative Cover Layers d/L and H/d d/L and higher dolos and tribar dolos armor Photo downslope End view Engineer Waterways Experiment existing armor stone flume HQUSACE insensitive to d/L jetty trunks subjected kilograms Kinematic viscosity LEGEND SYMBOL ARMOR lV-on-1.5H structure slope lV-on-2H sea-side structure lV-on-2H slope lV-on-2H structure slope minimum stability occurring pounds mass relative depth d/L relative wave height Sea-side slopes sea-side structure slope Sea-side view SECURITY CLASSIFICATION Stability coefficient versus stability scale effects stability test stone weight Stone-Armored Rubble-Mound Breakwater Subjected to Breaking Subjected to Nonbreaking SYMBOL ARMOR TYPE Technical Report test results test sections TOE BUTTRESSING STONE tribar overlays tribar weights Unclassified uniformly placed tribars values of H/d Vicksburg view after attack Waterways Experiment Station wave attack wave height H/d ZIP Code