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Korevaar, T.J.A. (author)
Potential breakage of armour stone could be a problem when it is exposed to many rough handling events after it is purchased and before it is permanently placed in the breakwater. This could be a significant problem when the rock is intended for a dynamically stable structure, for example berm breakwaters. Especially the grading of the rock...
report 2015
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Latham, J.P. (author), Mannion, M.B. (author), Poole, A.B. (author), Bradbury, A.P. (author), Allsop, N.W.H. (author)
This is the second of two reports relating to a collaborative prograrmne of random wave flume tests to quantify the effect of rock shape on stability. The first report, SR 150, by Hydraulics Research, Wallingford, gives a summary of recent advances in design methods for rock armoured coastal structures and presents a detailed description of the...
report 1988
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Roos, A. (author)
Ten behoeve van de bouw van de havendammen en oeverkonstrukties te IJmuiden, Scheveningen en Hoek van Holland zijn miljoenen tonnen steen en grind gebruikt. Steen van 3 mm, tot stenen van 8 ton. Iedere soort steen heeft een bepaalde funktie in het geheel, waarop categorie, afmetingen, gewicht, e.d. moet worden afgestemd, b.v.: - voor de opbouw...
report 1976
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Thompson, D.M. (author), Shuttler, R.M. (author)
In 1962 the Civil Engineering Research Association (CERA) sponsored laboratory tests which resulted in the publication of a report (1) giving design procedures for determining the riprap size required for given design wave conditions. the CERA work represents one of the first attempts to rel.te the results of tests using regular waves to those...
report 1975
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Iribarren Cavanilles, R. (author)
Development of a formula for the stability of rubble mound breakwaters.
report 1953
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