UF OCE 3016 - REPORT INFORMATION (4 pages)

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University of Florida-Gainesville
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Oce 3016 - Introduction to Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering
Introduction to Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering Documents

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OCE3O16 REPORT INFORMATION The report must be typewritten in the following format and on one of the subjects listed below FORMAT Double spaced on 8 5 x 11 paper Cover page with 1 report title 2 course name and number 3 date and 4 your name Report must contain Introduction 1 2 page or 10 Body 3 pages or 10 Summary and Conclusions 1 2 page or 10 References nimum of 3 published references must be cited on text of report Form of references to be that of the attached sample REPORT TOPICS 1 Environmental Parameters a b c d e f Wave Currents Wind Packice Icebergs Submarine Soil Mechanics 2 Beach Erosion a b c d 3 Physical Processes Beach Nourishment Effects of Coastal Construction on Beach Erosion Methods for Prevention Dredging a Systems and Techniques b Environmental Problems Associated with Dredging 4 Finger Canals a Potential Problems b Factors to be Considered in The Design of Finger Canals 5 Barrier Islands a Theories on the Evolution of Barrier Islands b Factors to be Considered in the Development of Barrier Islands 6 Tidal Inlets and Estuaries a Physical Processes Associated with a Tidal Inlet b Factors to be Considered in the Design of a Navigable Inlet c Estuarine Processes 7 Oil Spills a Containment and Cleanup b Potential Environmental Pollution Problems c Oil Spill Movement 8 a b c d e f g h i 9 Offshore Structures Jacket Leg Structure Gravity Base Structure Guyed Tower Tension Leg Platform Manmade Islands Jackup Rig Semi Submersibles Submersibles Subsea Completion Systems Offshore Pipelines a Factors to be Considered in the Design of Offshore Pipelines b Comparisons Betw en Pipeline and Alternate Methods of Transporting Liquid and or Gaseous Hydrocarbons from Offshore to Shore 10 Coastal Structures a Jetty and Groin Design b Seawall Design 11 Ports Harbors and Marinas a Important Ports in 1 Florida 2 USA 3 World b Design Factors in Port and Marina Construction c Harbor Processes



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