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Jassim, I. (author), Tan, S. (author), Vermeer, P.A. (author), Hicks, M.A. (author)
The numerical simulation of wave attack on a sea dike with an asphalt concrete revetment during a severe storm is carried out using the dynamic Finite Element Method. When wave loads attack the revetment during such a storm, both the revetment and the underlying soil may be damaged. The two-phase flow equations are considered, to study the...
conference paper 2012
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Tri, M.C. (author), Cong, M.V. (author), Verhagen, H.J. (author), Nghia, N.K. (author)
In the low-lying coastal regions coastal defense structures are usually designed with a main function to protect the hinterland from highly vulnerable of sea flooding. Sea dikes are usually the most common and important elements which form the coastal flood defense system. Sea dikes are designed at a pre-defined circumstance and requirement. For...
conference paper 2012
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Trung, L.H. (author), Verhagen, H.J. (author), Van der Meer, J.W. (author), Cat, V.M. (author)
The landware slopes of sea dikes in the north of Vietnam are steep and solely constructed by soil covered with grass due to the budget constraints and also the out-of-date design guidelines.The resistance against erosion due to wave overtopping of several grass covered slopes were tested with the Wave Overtopping Simulator to show if a slope...
conference paper 2012
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Erchinger, H.F. (author)
The ‚Guidelines and Recommendations for the Design of Coastal Structures (EAK)‘ published in 1993 (Die Küste, H. 55) have been revised based on today’s scientific knowledge, technical development and practical experience of the past years. Major parts of the recommendations have been re-written. Together with the unmodified recommendations, D, E...
report 2007
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Oedekerk, M. (author)
Climate change will cause increasing physical loads on the flood defence of the Province of Groningen along the North Sea over the next decades. This is caused by a sea level rise between 15 and 35 centimetres whilst the ground level is lowering between 38 and 48 centimetres until the year 2050. This results in salt-water intrusion into the land...
report 2006
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Anonymous, A. (author)
HR Wallingford has commenced an engineering review on the Final Closure of Saemangeum Dike. This draft final report represents the completion of the second phase of studies by HR Wallingford and is issued for review by KARICO and discussion with their representatives during meetings planned in Ansan during the second week of October 2005. The...
report 2005
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Ahlhorn, F. (author)
ComCoast (Combined Functions in Coastal Defence Zones) is an INTERREG IIIB project funded by the EU. ComCoast aims to develop and demonstrate innovative solutions for flood protection in coastal areas. In ComCoast, five countries from the North Sea Region are involved: Belgium, Denmark, The Netherlands, Germany, and the UK. In total, ten...
report 2005
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Vu, T.T.A. (author)
Failure analysis of sea dikes in the northern part of Viet Nam. Solutions to improve the present dikes in a cost efficient way.
report 2003
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Pilarczyk, K.W. (author), Eversdijk, P.J. (author), Kant, G. (author)
Inventory of the status of the sea dikes in the Red River Delta (northern Vietnam) partly as preparation for improvement works subsidized by the world food program.
report 1996
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Anonymous, A (author)
The Saemankeum Comprehensive Tideland Reclamation Project has as objective the reclamation of the extensive tidal flats in the estuaries of Dongjin river and Mankyung river for, among others, agricultural, urban and industrial use. The project includes the construction of a number of closure dams with a total length of some 34 km. Due to the...
report 1989
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