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  • Phelp, D; Tulsi, K; Abdulla Al Masaood, HE; Eissa, M (http://www.pianc.org/home.php, 2012-02)
    During cyclone Gonu, a category 5 storm, which impacted the east coast of Oman in June 2007, a number of small craft harbours were severly damaged. Most of the breakwater structures were armoured with various sizes of rock ...
  • Tulsi, K (CSIR, 2015-10)
    This presentation looks at ways to create safer coastal and port infrastructure. It investigates methods such as numerical and physical modelling as ways to achieve this.
  • van der Molen, W; Rossouw, M; Phelp, D; Tulsi, K; Terblanche, L (CSIR, 2010-09-01)
    Late in 2009 CSIR Built Environment in Stellenbosch was awarded a contract to carry out extensive physical and numerical modelling to study the wave conditions and associated moored ship motions, for the design of a new ...
  • Tulsi, K; Phelp, D (SATC, 2009-07)
    While ports are gateways to the country's transport networks, breakwaters protect port entrance channels, into and out of the ports (See figure 1 of this paper). The entrances to most of the ports in South Africa are ...
  • Tulsi, K; Phelp, D; O'Connor, P (Water, Engineering and Development Centre, 2014-05)
    Physical model studies were conducted of a 250K DWT fully laden iron ore vessel grounding on the side slopes of the outbound channel at a major Australian port. A key deliverable of the study was to estimate the tug force ...