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Project name - Operator -

Computational point - Date -

Governing parameters

Wave generation (Subsection 3.2.2)

Slide impact velocity Vs [m/s] - Bulk slide density s [kg/m3] -

Bulk slide volume Vs [m3] - Bulk slide porosity n [%] -

Slide thickness s [m] - Slide impact angle [] -

Slide or reservoir width b [m] - Still water depth h [m] -

Wave propagation (3D or 2D) (Subsection 3.2.2)

Wave basin (3D) Wave channel (2D)

Radial distance r [m] - Streamwise distance x [m] -

Wave propagation angle [] -

Wave run-up and overtopping (Subsection 3.3.2)

Still water depth h [m] - Freeboard f [m] -

Run-up angle [] - Crest width bK [m] --

Main results

Wave heigth H (HM) [m] -

Wave amplitude a (aM) [m] -

Wave period T (TM) [s] -

Wave length L (LM) [m] -

Run-up height R [m] -

Overtopping volume V0 per unit length dam crest for f = 0 [m3/m] -

Duration of overtopping t0 for f = 0 [s] -

Average discharge q0m per unit length dam crest for f = 0 [m2/s] -

Maximum discharge q0M per unit length dam crest for f = 0 [m2/s] -

Overtopping volume per unit length dam crest V [m3/m] -

Hor. force comp. p.u.l. dam crest resulting only from hydrostatic pressure KRW,h [N/m] -

Ver. force comp. p.u.l. dam crest resulting only from hydrostatic pressure KRW,v [N/m] -

Wave type (Stokes-like wave 3.4.3 or remaining wave types 3.4.4) -

Remaining: total horizontal force component per unit length dam crest resulting from an -

impulse wave and hydrostatic pressure Ktot,h [N/m]

Remaining: reduced total horizontal force component per unit length dam crest resulting -

from an impulse wave and hydrostatic pressure Ktot,h,abg [N/m]

Remaining: elevation zK,tot,h,abg of the resultant of Ktot,h,abg [m] -

S/r: additional hor. force comp. p.u.l. dam crest resulting from impulse wave Kh [N/m] -

Stokes: elevation zK,h of the resultant of Kh [m] -

S/r: ad. vertical force component p.u.l. dam crest resulting from impulse wave Kv [N/m] -

Limitations

Number of not satisfied limitations out of 23 (2D) or 24 (3D), respectively -

Computation procedure

Figure 3-1 Computation procedure of landslide generated impulse waves with the phases of the impulse wave, computation methods and references to the sections .

Results

Values dependent on 2D or 3D (Subsection 3.2.3.1)

Impulse product parameter P [-] (Eq. 3.5) -

2D: Heller (2007a) based on Zweifel (2004) and Fritz (2002) (Subsection 3.2.3.2)

Eq. (3.7) Streamwise distance of the maximum wave amplitude from the impact location xM [m] -

Eq. (3.10) or Eq. (3.6) Wave height H (HM) [m] -

Eq. (3.4) Wave amplitude a (aM) [m] -

Eq. (3.11) or Eq. (3.8) Wave period T (TM) [s] -

Eq. (3.3) Wave celerity c [m/s] -

Eq. (3.12) or Eq. (3.9) Wave length L (LM) [m] -

3D: Heller (2007a) with conversion-method of Huber and Hager (1997) (Subsection 3.2.3.3)

Eq. (3.7) Streamwise distance of the maximum wave amplitude from the impact location xM [m] -

Eq. (3.13) or (Eq. 3.6) Wave height H (HM) [m] -

Eq. (3.4) Wave amplitude a (aM) [m] -

Eq. (3.14) or Eq. (3.8) Wave period T (TM) [s] -

Eq. (3.3) Wave celerity c [m/s] -

Eq. (3.15) or Eq. (3.9) Wave length L (LM) [m] -

Mller (1995) (Subsection 3.3.3)

Eq. (3.16) Run-up height R [m] -

Figure 3-6(a) Overfall coefficient for the crest width b [-] -

Subsection (3.3.3) Overfall coefficient for the steady case q [-] -

Eq. (3.17) Overtopping volume V0 per unit length dam crest for f = 0 [m3/m] -

Eq. (3.19) Duration of overtopping t0 for f = 0 [s] -

Eq. (3.20) Average discharge q0m per unit length dam crest for f = 0 [m2/s] -

Figure B-4(b) Maximum discharge q0M per unit length dam crest for f = 0 [m2/s] -

Eq. (3.18) Overtopping volume per unit length dam crest V [m3/m] -

Classification of wave types with Eq. (3.23) after Heller (2007a) (Subsection 3.4.3)

Eq. (3.23) or Eq. (3.29) Wave type product -

Eq. (3.23) or Eq. (3.29) Term on the right hand side -

Eq. (3.23) or Eq. (3.29) Wave type -

= 90: Stokes-like waves with Sainflou (1928) (Subsection 3.4.3)

Eq. (3.21) Horizontal force component per unit length dam crest resulting only from hydrostatic pressure KRW,h [N/m] -

Eq. (3.22) Vertical force component per unit length dam crest resulting only from hydrostatic pressure KRW,v [N/m] -

Eq. (3.24) Pressure on dam foundation according to Sainflou (1928) p1 [N/m2] -

Eq. (3.25) Average water level rise according to Sainflou (1928) h [m] -

Eq. (3.26) Pressure at still water level according to Sainflou (1928) p2 [N/m2] -

Eq. (3.27) Additional horizontal force component per unit length dam crest resulting from impulse wave Kh [N/m] -

Eq. (3.28) Elevation zK,h of the resultant of Kh [m] -

After Eq. (3.22) Additional vertical force component per unit length dam crest resulting from impulse wave Kv [N/m] -

= 90: remaining wave types with Ramsden (1996) (Subsection 3.4.4)

Eq. (3.21) Horizontal force component per unit length dam crest resulting only from hydrostatic pressure KRW,h [N/m] -

After Eq. (3.22) Vertical force component per unit length dam crest resulting only from hydrostatic pressure KRW,v [N/m] -

Eq. (3.30) Total hor. force comp. p.u.l. dam crest resulting from an impulse wave and hydrostatic pressure Ktot,h [N/m] -

Reduction of force effect if wave overtops (Subsection 3.4.4)

Eq. (3.32) Pressure at dam crest pK [N/m2] -

Eq. (3.33) Reduced total horizontal force component per unit length dam crest resulting from an impulse wave and hydrostatic -

pressure Ktot,h,abg [N/m]

Eq. (3.34) Elevation zK,tot,h,abg of the resultant of Ktot,h,abg [m] -

Eq. (3.33) Eq. (3.21) Additional horizontal force component per unit length dam crest resulting from impulse wave Kh [N/m] -

After Eq. (3.22) Additional vertical force component per unit length dam crest resulting from impulse wave Kv [N/m] -

Parameter limitations control

Table 3-2 Limitations for the calculation of the impulse waves generation.

Relative slide thickness - -

Relative slide mass - -

Relative slide density - -

Relative grain density - -

Relative slide volume - -

Bulk slide porosity - -

Slide impact angle - -

Relative slide width - -

Relative radial distance - -

Wave propagation angle - -

Relative distance - -

Impulse product parameter - -

Table 3-3 Limitations for the calculation of the wave run-up.

Wave steepness - -

Relative angle - -

Limitations for the overtopping

Table 3-4 Limitations for the calculation of overtopping.

Non-linearity - -

Wave steepness - -

Relative period - -

Relative wave celerity - -

Relative wave length - -

Relative angle - -

Table 3-5 Limitations for the calculation of the duration of overtopping t0.

Relative duration of overtopping - -

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