Fig. 8. Bed level impact with the wave farm at a distance of 2 km (BLI2 km), 4 km (BLI4 km) and 6 km (BLI6 km) at the end of the storm in CS1.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide
Fig. 9. Bed level at Profiles P1, P2 and P3: initial (ζ0) and at the end of the storm in CS2 in the baseline scenario (ζb) and with the wave farm at a distance of 2 km (ζf2 km), 4 km (ζf4 km) and 6 km (ζf6 km).Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide
In the comparison between scenarios, the wave farm at a distance of 2 km caused greater PHA-739358 of the erosion along the beach than the other scenarios, in which areas with significant reductions of erosion were combined with negligible values or even accretion. In the lower sections of the beach, accretion occurred due to the amount of material eroded in the beach face. For instance, in the scenario with the wave farm closest to the coast the BLI took negative values of −0.5 m in the southern area of the beach, which meant that the accretion without the farm was bigger than with it, due to the greater erosion produced in the intertidal area in the baseline scenario. This reduction of the accretion with the wave farm at a distance of 4 km and 6 km took place only in a few sections of the beach with BLI values less than 0.3 m.