His primary scientific interests are in Surf zone, Turbulence, Geotechnical engineering, Mechanics and Breaking wave. His research integrates issues of Shear stress, Swash, Turbulence kinetic energy and Boundary layer in his study of Surf zone. The study incorporates disciplines such as Flow velocity, Front, Free surface and Wave height in addition to Geotechnical engineering.
The concepts of his Wave height study are interwoven with issues in Electromagnetic spectrum, Pile, Breakwater and Curtain wall. His Mechanics study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Oscillation. His Breaking wave research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Porosity, Sediment transport, Meteorology and Wind wave.
Daniel T. Cox mostly deals with Geotechnical engineering, Surf zone, Breaking wave, Mechanics and Seismology. His Geotechnical engineering research also works with subjects such as
A large part of his Turbulence studies is devoted to Turbulence kinetic energy. Daniel T. Cox has included themes like Sediment transport, Free surface and Meteorology, Pressure gradient in his Breaking wave study. Daniel T. Cox conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Mechanics and Dissipation through his research.
Daniel T. Cox mainly focuses on Debris, Seismology, Sediment transport, Forensic engineering and Mechanics. His Tsunami hazard study in the realm of Seismology connects with subjects such as Event. The Sediment transport study combines topics in areas such as Crest, Breaking wave and Shoal.
His Breaking wave study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Geodesy, Boundary layer, Pressure gradient, Turbulence kinetic energy and Free surface. Many of his studies on Mechanics involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Kinematics. His Shore research integrates issues from Front, Longshore drift, Geotechnical engineering, Atmospheric sciences and Water level.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Multi hazard, Forensic engineering, Probabilistic logic, Seismology and Coastal community. His work in Multi hazard incorporates the disciplines of Monte Carlo method, Submarine pipeline, Bridge and Cascading effects. His studies deal with areas such as Damage analysis and Fault as well as Probabilistic logic.
His study in Seismology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Flow, Wave force and Electromagnetic shielding. His Urban community research spans across into subjects like Event and Wave flume. His Wave flume study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mechanics, Free surface, Pressure gradient and Turbulence kinetic energy.
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Identification of intense, intermittent coherent motions under shoaling and breaking waves
Daniel T. Cox;Nobuhisa Kobayashi.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2000)
An agent-based model of a multimodal near-field tsunami evacuation: Decision-making and life safety
Haizhong Wang;Alireza Mostafizi;Lori A. Cramer;Dan Cox.
Transportation Research Part C-emerging Technologies (2016)
Going with the flow or against the grain? The promise of vegetation for protecting beaches, dunes, and barrier islands from erosion
Rusty A Feagin;Jens Figlus;Julie C Zinnert;Jake Sigren.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2015)
Tsunami inundation modeling in constructed environments: A physical and numerical comparison of free-surface elevation, velocity, and momentum flux
Hyoungsu Park;Daniel T. Cox;Patrick J. Lynett;Dane M. Wiebe.
Coastal Engineering (2013)
Biophysical feedback mediates effects of invasive grasses on coastal dune shape
Phoebe L. Zarnetske;Sally D. Hacker;Eric W. Seabloom;Peter Ruggiero.
Bottom shear stress in the surf zone
Daniel T. Cox;Nobuhisa Kobayashi;Akio Okayasu.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
Laboratory Measurements of Void Fraction and Turbulence in the Bore Region of Surf Zone Waves
Daniel T. Cox;Sungwon Shin.
Journal of Engineering Mechanics-asce (2003)
Experimental Setup for a Large-Scale Bridge Superstructure Model Subjected to Waves
Christopher Bradner;Thomas Schumacher;Daniel Cox;Christopher Higgins.
Journal of Waterway Port Coastal and Ocean Engineering-asce (2011)
Irregular Wave Reflection and Run‐Up on Rough Impermeable Slopes
Nobuhisa Kobayashi;Daniel T. Cox;Andojo Wurjanto.
Journal of Waterway Port Coastal and Ocean Engineering-asce (1990)
Hydrodynamic Characteristics of Pile-Supported Vertical Wall Breakwaters
Kyung-Duck Suh;Kyung-Duck Suh;Sungwon Shin;Sungwon Shin;Daniel T. Cox;Daniel T. Cox.
Journal of Waterway Port Coastal and Ocean Engineering-asce (2006)
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