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Mascini, Marjolijn (author)
River dikes in the eastern part of the Netherlands are characterized by a relatively low daily water table. In the unsaturated zone above the water table, a negative pore pressure (matric suction) is present that binds the soil particles together. Suction can be especially large in soils with small grains, such as clay, and increases the...
master thesis 2022
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Mascini, Marjolijn (author)
Extreme value analyses (EVA) are often used to determine the frequency of extreme events. The length of the available observations is an important aspect when performing EVA. It is generally known that more available data results in better estimates with less uncertainties. The main objective of this research report was to assess what the...
student report 2021
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Berg, Maikel (author), van Dijk, Sanne (author), de Koning, Floris (author), Stefanus Wicaksana Kurniawan, Stefanus (author), Mascini, Marjolijn (author), Molenkamp, Auke (author), van der Ven, Roald (author), Verhoeven, Thijs (author)
Fieldwork Hydraulic Engineering’ is a course given at Delft University of Technology for the MSc Hydraulic Engineering. In collaboration with local experts Boyan Savov and Traian Marin, a team of 8 students guided by Mark Voorendt was sent to investigate the local conditions at Asparuhovo beach in Varna, Bulgaria, for purely educational purposes...
student report 2021