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J Korean Soc Coast Ocean Eng 2019;31(6): 478-484. doi: https://doi.org/10.9765/KSCOE.2019.31.6.478
용수 파력발전소 사례에서 독립 케이슨의 피복석 안정성 연구
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목포해양대학교 해양건설공학과
Study of Stability for Armor Weight of Stand-alone Caisson at Yongsu Wave Power Plant
Gunwoo Kim
Department of Ocean Civil Engineering, Mokpo National Maritime University, 91 Haeyangdaehag-ro, Mokpo, Jeollanamdo 58628, Korea
Corresponding author: Gunwoo Kim ,Tel: +82-61-240-7319, Fax: +02-61-240-7340, Email: gwkim@mmu.ac.kr
Received: November 18, 2019;  Revised: December 25, 2019.  Accepted: December 26, 2019.
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ABSTRACT
The submarine cable for Yongsu wave power plant was cut in 2014 winter. This study investigated the probability of high-wave occurrence exceeding the 50-year return period and the underestimation of armor unit weight used to protect the cable. The observation data from KMA buoy and the hindcast wave data were reviewed to determine the return period of wave height during the winter. In order to investigate the armor unit weight of cable-protection, we calculated the required weight of armor unit using not only Design Standard for Harbor and Fishery Port, but also the previous researches for the wave with large incident angle. As a result, it appeared that the high wave exceeding the 50-year return period did not occur during the winter of 2014 and the armor unit weight of the cable protection was not sufficient to sustain the obliquely incident wave, which induced the cable protection failure.
Keywords: composite breakwater, breakwater head, wave force, return period, gabion
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