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De Vriend, H.J. (author)
The present lecture deals with models for situations in which the spatial dimensions cannot be separated according to the scales of the morphological processes. Rather common examples of such situations are the morphological evolution near structures (e.g, breakwaters), river outflows, tidal inlets, etc. But also in the absence of such distinct...
report 1992
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Kamphuis, J.W. (author)
To solve coastal sediment transport and morphology problems, it is necessary to construct a hydrodynamics model to simulate the fluid flow. The hydrodynamics model is then used to calculate sediment transport rates and in turn, these sediment transport rates are used to determine morphology. The hydrodynamics model is based on the Equation of...
report 1992