A goliath breakwater with base is a type of breakwater that is made up of a large, reinforced concrete ring with a solid concrete base. The base is typically attached to the seabed by piles or other anchoring devices.
Goliath breakwaters with bases are more stable and durable than traditional breakwaters, which are typically made of rock or other materials. They are also more effective at dissipating wave energy and protecting shorelines from erosion.
Goliath breakwaters with bases are typically used in areas with high wave action, such as nearshore reefs and breakwaters. They can also be used to protect shorelines from storm surge.
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