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Merckelbach, L.M. (author), Eysink, W.D. (author)
report 2001
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Merckelbach, L.M. (author)
doctoral thesis 2000
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Merckelbach, L.M. (author)
Many harbours in the world suffer from high siltation rates in their basins. To guarantee safe shipping, harbour authorities have to maintain the navigable depth by having dredged large amounts of mud. Some authorities relate the navigable depth to a depth at which the density is equal to a certain value, e.g. 1200 kg/m3. However, the shear...
report 1999
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Merckelbach, L.M. (author)
Many harbours in the world suffer from high siltation rates in their basins. To guarantee safe shipping, harbour authorities have to maintain the navigable depth by having dredged large amounts of mud. Some authorities relate the navigable depth to a depth at which the density is equal to a certain value, e.g. 1200 kg/m3. However,the shear...
report 1998
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Merckelbach, L.M. (author)
Many harbours in the world suffer from high siltation rates in their basins. To guarantee safe shipping, harbour authorities have to maintain the navigable depth by dredging large amounts of mud. Some authorities relate the navigable depth to the depth at which the density is equal to a certain value, e.g. 1200 kg/m3. However, the shear strength...
report 1998
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Merckelbach, L.M. (author)
In the framework of project Strength evolution of soft consolidating mud layers, financially supported by the Netherlands Foundation of Technology, a literature survey on consolidation theory and rheological modelling of mud was carried out. A consolidation theory, focused on the Gibson equation (Gibson et al., 1967), is presented. The solution...
report 1996
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