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Breusers, H.N.C. (author)
report 1966
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Werf, A. van der (author)
report 1966
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report 1967
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Rigter, B.P. (author)
report 1970
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Boogaard, A. (author)
report 1972
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Boogaard, A. (author)
report 1972
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Boogaard, A. (author)
report 1972
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Karelse, M. (author)
report 1973
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Maiwald, K.D. (author)
report 1976
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report 1976
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Roelfzema, A. (author)
report 1976
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Jong, R.J. de (author)
report 1977
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De Vriend, H.J. (author)
A mathematical model of steady, fully developed laminar flow in curved ducts is developed and used to derive a simplified computation method to be applied in another mathematical model predicting the flow in river bends. The laminar flow model is verified by comparing its results with analytical, numerical and experimental results reported in...
report 1978
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Koenis, J.P. (author)
report 1979
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Ostendorf, D.W. (author), Madsen, O.S. (author)
Two momentum based longshore current models and a preliminary longshore sediment transport model are derived, calibrated and tested in the present investigation. The Linear Longshore Current Model predicts the relatively small longshore current induced by monochromatic, two dimensional, gravity waves of finite height and near normal incidence...
report 1979
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Roelfzema, A. (author)
report 1979
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Blankwaardt, B. (author), Van de Burg, J.C. (author), Devilee, B.J. (author), Keesmaat, M. (author), Verspuy, C. (author), Wissenburg, A.P. (author)
ONLY SUMMARY IS IN ENGLISH; REST OF THE REPORT IS IN DUTCH ELNAG is a special purpose analog computer especially built for the simulation of unsteady flow in unconfined aquifers (e.g. seadikes). The analog model consists of a resistance-capacitance electrical network (5000 grid-points) which allows the permeability and the storage capacity of an...
report 1979
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Booij, N. (author)
FLOWS is a recently developed ICES subsystem for applications in the field of hydraulic engineering. It is able to compute steady as well as unsteady flows in hydraulic networks of given dimensions. This means that is does not optimize any parameters describing the network. The network may be composed of open and closed channels, reservoirs and...
report 1980
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Kerstma, J. (author)
report 1982
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Karelse, M. (author), Perrels, P.A.J. (author)
report 1982
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