Darmstadt University of Technology

Darmstadt

Hohai University

Nanjing

 

Cheng Kung University

Tainan

 

Second Chinese - German Joint Symposium

on Coastal and Ocean Engineering

October 11 to 20, 2004 Nanjing, China

 

Background and Topics of the Symposium

NSFC has consistently stressed the important roles of international cooperation and exchange in the improvement of academic standards in the field of basic research and in the promotion of the development of science funds in China. NSFC has established good working relations and has signed 56 collaborative agreements and memoranda of understanding with science funding organizations and international scientific institutions in 38 countries and regions all over the world. International conferences (including bilateral workshops) of high standard to be held in China and organized by Chinese scientists are encouraged and financially supported by NSFC.

The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), which is the central organization supporting research projects of German universities, has signed various agreements with Chinese research organizations.  These agreements allow the provision of funding for research visits, performance of research projects and joint symposia and they established an instructive framework for future scientific co-operation activities.

In the field of coastal and ocean engineering, it is the global trend of balancing engineering measures with natural environment and ecological systems.  Respective complex and difficult issues, which arose in many countries and areas worldwide, are similar and borderless.  An international symposium on coastal and ocean engineering is seen as an important step aiming at the contribution of more international research collaborations.

There already exist close links between German and Chinese Universities.  This symposium will be organized by Hohai University at Nanjing, University of Rostock at Rostock, Cheng Kung University at Tainan and from 11 to 20, October 2004 in Nanjing. The intention is to congregate German and Chinese scientists within the field of coastal and ocean engineering, to enable and encourage the direct dialog among them and, hence, to inspire new research ideas and the proposal of new joint research projects.  Topics of the symposium will be as follows:

˙      Coastal and Estuarine Hydrodynamics

˙      Waves and Wave Climate

˙      Coastal and Offshore Structures

˙      Environmental Impact Assessment

˙      Coastal Zone Management

˙      Beach Processes and Sedimentation

Group Leaders

Prof. Yixin Yan, Vice-President of Hohai University, Nanjing

Prof. Ulrich Zanke, Professor of Darmstadt University of Technology, Darmstadt

Prof. Shan-Hwei Ou, Vice-President of Cheng Kung University, Tainan

Scientific Committee

Chia Chuen Kao (Tainan), Tai wen HSU (Tainan)Ruijie LI (Nanjing), Shizuo Feng (Qingdao),

Sören Kohlhase (Rostock), Roberto Mayerle (Kiel)Hocine OumeraciBraunschweig

Local Organization

College of Traffic and Ocean Engineering, Hohai University

1 Xikang Road, Nanjing, China

Ruyun Wang

Jinghai Zheng

Chaofeng TONG

Phone: +86 25 83787346

+86 25 83786637

+86 25 83787709

e-mail: wangry@hhu.edu.cn

jhzheng@hhu.edu.cn

CGJOINT@126.COM

Fax: +86 25 8370190

 

 

Main Sponsorship

Nature Science Foundation of China (NSFC), Beijing

Hohai University, Nanjing

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Bonn

Symposium Program

The program for the symposium is shown below. Symposium Registration will take place at Friendship Hall, HoHai University. The opening ceremony will also take place there. Each paper is allocated a total of 30 minutes: 20 minutes for oral presentation, followed by a period of 10 minutes for discussion.

Technical Tours:

Guided technical tours arranged (date) are listed below.

˙        Visit the Estuarine and Coastal Laboratory Hall of HoHai University

((Nanjing14/10/2004)

˙        Visit the Laboratory Hall of Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institution

((Nanjing14/10/2004)

˙        Visit the Port of XinShengWei Nanjing

((Nanjing14/10/2004)

˙        Visit the deep channel of the Changjiang estuary

((Shanghai20/10/2004)

Post Tour (4 days)

˙      Oct 15th:          take excursion to interesting places in Nanjing.

˙      Oct 16th:          visit the citiy of Hangzhou

˙      Oct 17th           visit the cities of Suzhou

˙      Oct 18th &19th:     visit the city of Shanghai

List of Delegates and Additional Speakers

From Mainland China

Prof. Zhang changkuan

Hohai University

Prof. Yan Yixin

Hohai University

Prof. Tang Hongwu

College of Conservancy and Hydropower Engineering, Hohai University

Prof. Wang Yigang

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Prof. Li Ruijie

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Prof. Wu Zhong

College of Traffic, Hohai University

Prof. Zhang Wei

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Prof. Feng Weibing

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Prof. You Zaijin

Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Natural Resources, Australia

Prof. Xu Changxin

Business School, Hohai University

Prof. Zhang Shuhua

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Prof. Zheng Jinhai

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Mr. Zhang Suxiang

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Mr. Yu Dongsheng

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Mr. Zhang Wei

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Mr. Shi Yuezhen

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Mr. Feng Xuejun

College of Traffic, Hohai University

Mr. Chu Ao

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Mr. Shao Yuyang

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Mr. Kong Jun

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Mr. Gao Jiayun

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Mr. Liu Tao

College of Ocean, Hohai University

Ms. Yang Haiping

China Ocean Press

Mr. Gao Chaojun

China Ocean Press

Prof. Lu Yongjun

Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute

Prof. Dou Xiping

Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute

Mr. Teng Ling

Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute

Mr. Li Guobin

Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute

Dr. Luo Xiaofeng

Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute

Mr. Wu Yongning

Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute

Prof. Liu Hua

School of Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering, Shanghai Jiaotong University

Prof. Zhang Hongsheng

School of Naval Architecture &Ocean Engineering, Shanghai Jiaotong University

Dr. Qiu Liuchao

School of Naval Architecture &Ocean Engineering, Shanghai Jiaotong University

Mr. Wang Benlong

School of Naval Architecture &Ocean Engineering, Shanghai Jiaotong University

Mr. Zhang Jingxin

School of Naval Architecture &Ocean Engineering, Shanghai Jiaotong University

Mr. Lan Yamei

School of Naval Architecture &Ocean Engineering, Shanghai Jiaotong University

Dr. Lu Shiqiang

Shanghai Academe of Environment Science

Prof. Teng Bin

State Key Laboratory of Costal and Offshore Engineering, Dalian University of Technology

Prof. Liu Shuxue

School of Civil & Hydraulic Engineering, Dalian University of Technology

Prof. Dong Guohai

State Key Laboratory of Costal and Offshore Engineering, Dalian University of Technology

Prof. Sun Guangqi

Dalian Maritime University

Mr. Liu Yang

Dalian Maritime University

Prof. Wang Yuanzhan

Department of Port and Costal Engineering, Tianjin University

Prof. Li Yanbao

Department of Port and Costal Engineering, Tianjin University

Prof. Li Shisen

Department of Port and Costal Engineering, Tianjin University

Prof. Liu Defu

Ocean University of China

Mr. Liang Bingchen

Ocean University of China

Mr. Kong Xianlei

Rizhao Port(Group) Co.Ltd., Shandong Province

Mr. Li Jianyong

Hydrology & Water Resources Investigation Bureau of Lower Reaches of Changjiang, Changjiang Water Resources Commission

From Taiwan

Prof. Shan-Hwei Ou

Department of Hydraulic and Ocean Engineering, National Cheng Kung University

Prof. Yeuh-Jiuan Glory Hsu

Marine Meteorology Center, Central Weather Bureau

Prof. Nai-Kuang Liang

Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University

Prof. Chia Chuen Kao

Department of Hydraulic and Ocean Engineering, National Cheng Kung University

Prof. Lien-Kwei Chien

Department of Harbor and River Engineering, National Taiwan Ocean University

Prof. Wen-Miin Tian

Department of Marine Environment and Engineering, National Sun Yet-sen University

Prof. Shiaw-Yih Tnang

Department of Harbor and River Engineering, National Taiwan Ocean University

Prof. Kuo-Tung Chang

Department of Marine Environmental Engineering, National Kaohsiung Marine University

Dr. Hwa Chien

Coastal Ocean Monitoring Center(COMC), National Cheng Kung University

Dr. Dong-Jiing Doong

Coastal Ocean Monitoring Center(COMC), National Cheng Kung University

Prof. Beng Chun Lee

Department of Environmental and Hazards-Resistant Design, Huafan University

Dr. Wen-Jye Juang

Center of Harbor and Marine Technology

From Germany

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sören Kohlhase

Universität Rostock

Dr.-Ing. Peter Fröhle

Universität Rostock

Prof. Dr.-Ing.Werner Richwien

Universität Essen

Dr.-Ing. Karl-Friedrich Daemrich

Universität Hannover

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Birgit Brinkmann

Fachhochschule Buxtehude

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roberto Mayerle

Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hocine Oumeraci

Techn. Universität Braunschweig

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Horst Nasner

Hochschule Bremen

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Ulrich C.E. Zanke

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Dr.-Ing. Volker Barthel

KFKI

Dr.-Ing. Pascale Rouault

Technische Universität Berlin

Dr.-Ing. Peter Mewis

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Dr. rer. nat. Heiko Dankert

GKSS Research Center GmbH

Dipl.-Ing. Siegmund Schlie

Heinrich Hirdes GmbH

Dipl.-Ing. Bernd Opfermann

B & O Ingenieure

Dipl.-Ing. Hans Nickels

Knabe Beratende Ingenieure GmbH

Dr.-Ing. Jian-Hua Meng

Technische Universität Berlin

Dipl.-Ing. Aron Roland

Technische Universität  Darmstadt

Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Wurpts

Technische Universität  Darmstadt

Dr.-Ing. Bärbel Koppe

Universität Rostock

Program

Schedule of October 12

Time

Program

8:00-8:30

Registration

8:30-8:50

Opening ceremony

(Room No.108)

Chairman : Prof. Yan Yixin

Speaker :  Zhang Changkuan ( President of hohai university)

           Ulrich Zanke (Technische Universität Darmstadt)

           Ou,Shanhwei (Vice-President of Cheng Kung University)

8:50-9:10

Photo Time

9:10-

10:40

Session1

(Room No.113)

Chairmen

No.69 Yan Yixin, Feng Xuejun, Zhou Xiaoyan 

Developing Coastal Harbors in Mainland China

No.31 Ulrich Zanke 

May the Island of Hiddensee break through ?

- An Example for Morphodynamic Modelling

No.18 Shan-Hwei Ou, Tai-Wen Hsu, Jian-Ming Liau 

An Improvement of SWAN Model for Rapidly Varying Topography and Complicated Currents

Kong Xianlei

Kao, Chia Chuan

10:40-

11:00

Coffee Break.

11:00-

12:30

Session2

(Room No.113)

Chairmen

No.1 K.-F. Daemrich, S. Mai N. Ohle , E. Tautenhain 

Influence of Spectral Density Distribution on Wave Parameters and Simulation in Time Domain

No.3 Zhang Suxiang, Li Ruijie 

Wave Boussinesq Equation in Orthogonal Curvilinear Coordinate System

No.4 Peter Fröhle, Christian Schlamkow 

High Resolution Numerical Wave Simulations Compared to Wave Measurements and Wave Hindcast Methods

NO.14 Zheng Jinhai, Zhong Huhui, Guo Da 

Three-dimensional Experimental Study on Wave Characteristics in front of Concave Breakwater

Ulrich Zanke

Teng Bin

Session3

(Room No.104)

Chairmen

No.80 Liu Hua 

Advances in CFD for hydrodynamic flows with free surfaces

No.57 Bernd Opfermann 

Construction of the Marina Rostock Hohe Düne at the Baltic Sea Coast

No.58 Wang Yuanzhan, Zhu Zhenyu

On Stability Calculations of Embedded Large-Cylinder Structures—Lessons From an Engineering Failure

No.59 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Birgitt Brinkmannn

Offshore Oil and Gas Terminals

Werner Richwien

Li Yanbao

12:30

Lunch

13:30-

15:10

Session4

(Room No.113)

Chairmen

No.5 Yueh-Jiuan G. Hsu, Chi-Hao Chu , Fan-Ju Lin 

Field Measurements and Numerical Simulations of Wave and Surge During Typhoonn Dujuan in 2003

No.6 Dou Xiping, Wang Xiangming,Lou Bing 

Experimental Study on Local Scour of Dike under the Action of Tidal Currents and Waves

No.7 A. Roland, P. Mewis, U. Zanke

Comparison of Different Source Term Formulations in Spectral Wave Models

NO.9 Heiko Dankert,Jochen Horstmann, Wolfgang Rosenthal 

Measurement of Wind and Wave Fields using Radar

Peter Fröhle

Liu Hua

Session5

(Room No.104)

Chairmen

NO.15 Nai-Kuang Liang 

Evidences of Typhoon/Hurricane Swell Doppler Effect

NO.16 Wang Dengting 

The Calculation of Wave Forces on a Vertical Wall Using Neural Network

NO.17 Beng-Chun Lee, Hao-Yuan Cheng, Yang-Ming Fan, Li-Chung Wu 

Study on Seasonal Variation of Wind and Wave Spectra over Taiwan water

No.28 Lu Yongjun, Li Haolin 

Regulation of sand barrier waterway in strong tidal estuaries

Karl-Friedrich Daemrich

Liu Defu

 

Session6

(Room No.102)

Chairmen

NO.23 Sören Kohlhase 

Reflections on the Construction of a Marina at a Sandy Beach

NO.24 Zai-Jin You 

A Unified Model for initiation of Sediment motion and Inception of Sheet Flow under Waves

NO.25 R. Mayerle ,G. Pramono  

Bed form Dimensions and Equivalent Roughness Sizes in Tidal Channels

NO.26 Xin Wenjie, Teng Ling, He Jie 

A Combined Model System to Evaluate Riverbed Stability for The Site of Meghna Ghat Cycle Power Plant

Horst Nasner

Sun Guangqi

15:10-

15:30

Tea Break

15:30-

17:30

Session7

(Room No.113)

Chairmen

NO.10 Tai-WenHsu,Shan-Hwei Ou,Chich-Ming Hsieh 

Using RANSE to simulation Bragg scattering of water waves over periodic sand bars

NO.11 Chen Xuefeng, LI Yucheng, Teng Bin 

A Study of Wave Forces on Perforated Caisson Breakwaters

NO.12 Shiaw-Yih Tzang, Fang-Cheng Li, Hsien-Wen Li 

Numerical Modelling on Typhoon Surges along North and East Coastal Waters of Taiwan in Port-Breakwater Failure Events

NO.13 Liang  Bingchen, Li Huajun, Lee Dongyong 

Three Dimensional Current Modeling for Bohai Sea with Wave Dependent Surface Wind Stress

No.60 Jian-hua Meng, Gerhild Völker 

The Risk of Grain Size Segregation of Underwater Structures

S. Kohlhase

Li Ruijie

Session8

(Room No.104)

Chairmen

NO.20 Hwa CHIEN, Ming-Da CHIOU,Hau-Yuen CHENG, Chia Chuen KAO 

On the Wave Height and Period Oscillation Observed in the Shelf Sea

NO.21 Dong-Jiing DOONG, Lee-Chung Wu, Chwen-Ling Kuo, Chia Chuen Kao

Influence of Meteorological Elements to the Wave Analysis from Marine Radar Images

No.22 Zhang Hongsheng, Zhu Liangsheng,  You Yunxiang 1 

A Numerical Simulation Model with Dissipation Term for Wave Propagation in Curvilinear Coordinates

No.27 H. Nasner 

Minimizing Sedimentation and Maintenance Work in Brackish Water Harbors

No.87 P. Mewis 

Morphodynamic-numerical modeling of the tidal channels of the Dithmarscher Bucht

H. Dankert

Lu Yongjun

Session9

(Room No.102)

Chairmen

No.29 Li Guobin, Gao Yajun, Lu Yongjun 

Study on techniques for channel regulation in the varying backwater zone of LiuJiaXia Reservoir

No.30 Wang Xiuhong ,Zhang Wei,Cao Minxiong,Cai Guozheng 

Recieweview  of Research On Consolidated silt

No.61 Dipl.-Ing. Hans Nickels 

Building elements made of geosynthetics and sand resist the North Sea surf

No.62 Zhang Shuhua

Study on the Responses Character Analysis of Hydro-elasticity Of Very Large Floating Structure(VLFS)Used the Optical Analogical Method

No.63 Liu Tao, Xu Chang 

Influences on the dynamical characteristics of rubble breakwater caused by various weight distribution of the core

Roberto Mayerle

Dou xiping

17:30

Dinner

 

Schedule of October 13

8:30-

10:00

Session10

(Room No.113)

Chairmen

No.64 Li Shisen, Li Guojie, Wang Jianfeng,Qin Chongren 

Experiment on Dynamic Response of Large Diameter Cylinder Sunk into Sand Seabed due to Wave

No.32 Wen-Miin Tian

Spatial and Temporal Variability of Artificial Benthic Reefs off Yung-An, Southwestern Coast of Taiwan

No.34 Xin Wenjie, Luo Xiaofeng, Qian Mingxia 

Exploit Condition of Longxue Island in Lingding Sea

No.35 Wen-Jye Juang 

Morphological Impacts of Tidal Residual Currents in the Taiwan Strait

Birgit Brinkmann

Wang Yuanzhan

Session11

(Room No.104)

Chairmen

No.40 Andreas Wurpts, Peter Mewis, Rolf Riethmüller

Numerical Simulations of the Time Dependent Nearfield-Spreading of Dumped Cohesive Matter under Estuarine Conditions

No.42 S. J. Chang, L. K. Chien, J. G. Lin,Y. F. Chiu 

A Study on Wave-induced Dynamic Stresses in Seabed

No.43 Li Ruijie, Tao Aifeng, Yan Yixin

Numerical Simulation to Tidal Currents of Yamen Navigation Waterway

NO.87 Tang Hongwu, Gao Zhu, Xiao Yang, Gu Zhenghua

Hydraulics of Tetrahedron-like Penetrating Frame

P. Rouault

Chang, Kuo-Tung

10:00-

10:20

Tea Break

10:20-

11:50

Session12

(Room No.113)

Chairmen

No.66 Werner Richwien 

Soil mechanical analysis of wave loaded structures in coastal

No.67 Li Yanbao 

Laboratory Study on Friction Coefficient between the Bottom of the Caisson and the Rubble Mound Foundation for different materials

No.68 Pascale Rouault 

Rock Size Segregation of Rubble Mound Breakwater Construction

No.71 Hocine Oumeraci 

Innovative Artificial Reef for Coastal Protection– Large Scale Experiments and Analytical Design Tool

Bernd Opfermann

Dong Guohai

Session13

(Room No.104)

Chairmen

No.37 Teng Ling 

The Application of Data-driven Modeling in Eco-hydraulic Research

No.45 Teng BinXin ShuDong Guohai

Numerical Simulation on Hydrodynamic Responseof Berthing Ships

No.51 Liu Defu1, Wang Liping1, Song Yan2, Pang Liang1 

Multivariate Compound Extreme Value Distribution and Its Application in Coastal and Offshore Engineering

P. Mewis

Zhang Wei

12:00

Lunch

13:00-

14:40

Session14

(Room No.113)

Chairmen

No.76 Sun Guangqi,Cai Tao, Liu Yang 

The Integration of Internal and External Resources in Logistics Enterprises under the Concept of Supply Chain Management

No.77 Dr.-Ing Volker Barthel 

Metadata Information Systems in Support of Coastal Engineering

No.78 Chia Chuen Kao, Shen-Hsien Chen, Hwa Chien, Ming-Da Chiou

Disaster Mitigation Warning System of Coastal Hazards

No.79 Kong Xianlei 

Study on the development strategy of Rizhao Port

Hocine Oumeraci

Xu Changxin

Session15

(Room No.104)

Chairmen

No.85 Lan Yamei 

An experimental study on hydrodynamic loads on piles in wave-current combination No.82 Qiu Liuchao Transient hydrodynamic response of VLFS by FEM with impedance boundary conditions in time domain

No.83 Wang Benlong

Numerical simulation of wave breaking run-ups on beach using high order Boussinesq equations

No.84 Zhang Jingxin 

A new mathematical model for full hydrodynamic flows with free surface

Sigmund Schlie

Hsu, Glory Yeuh-Jiuan

Session16

(Room No.102)

Chairmen

No.49 Hao Jialing, Zheng Jinhai, Liu Yingqi 

Numerical Modeling of Contaminant Diffusion Near Branch Estuary of Yangtze River

No.52 Zhang Qinghe, Zhang Na, Wu Xiangzhong ,Wu Zhong

Tide and wind-generated circulation around the Huanghua Harbor

No.75 Zhang Ping, Xu Changxin 

A Model of System Dynamics for Harbor & Navigation

Hans Nickels

 

14:40-

15:00

Tea Break

15:00-

16:40

Session17

(Room No.113)

Chairmen

No.86 Xu Changxin 

The Port-neighboring Industry Development in Nantong

No.53 Chu Ao 

Numerical Simulation of Coupling Storm Surge and Astronomic Tide for the Yangtze Estuary based on Delft3D

No.54 Luo Xiaofeng, Chen Zhichang 

Numerical Simulation of Salinity in Yangtze Estuary

Jian-Hua Meng

JUANG, WEN-JYE

Session18

(Room No.104)

 

 

 

Chairmen

 

 

 

No.70 Feng Xuejun Zhou Xiaoyan 

Non-price Competition-based Alliance of Port Logistics

No.72 Kuo-Tung Chang, Chi-Ming Chiu,Jay Shih-Chie Hsu 

Beach Nourishment Using BOF SLAG

No.74 Siegmund Schlie 

Construction Accuracies for the ExecutionOf Dredging and Rock Armour Works

No.88 Liu Shuxue and Teng Bin

Numerical investigation of multidirectional wave transformation

Volker Barthel

TIAN, WEN-MIIN

 

16:40-

17:00

Closing ceremony  (Room No.113)

18:00

Dinner