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Yunika, A. (author), Kok, M. (author), de Gijt, J.G. (author)
General risk management standard, e.g. ISO 31000:2009, approaches risk as a coin with a pair of two sides, i.e. the threat and the opportunity. However, it is hardly the case of flood events which mainly come as threats. Despite the contrary, this study explores the potential applicability of the available risk management standards specifically...
conference paper 2017
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de Gijt, J.G. (author), Heester, B.A. (author)
Sluices have been built worldwide since in 984 when the first sluice was built in China to speed up the operations in the Grand canal. Since that time different types of sluices have been developed world wide both in size and material use and their own shipping and structural characteristics. One of the main drawbacks of the present sluice...
conference paper 2017
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Weeda, Tomas (author), de Gijt, J.G. (author), Bakker, K.J. (author), Braam, C.R. (author), Broos, Eric (author), Jonkman, Sebastiaan N. (author)
As a result of the persistent increase of container vessel dimensions, future problems regarding navigation draught in the presence of tunnels are becoming more likely to occur. Hence, possible solutions to this problem have been investigated for the Beneluxtunnel. Several design options have been elaborated to determine the technical and...
conference paper 2017
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Mourillon, Nadevah K.N. (author), de Gijt, J.G. (author), Bakker, K.J. (author), Brassinga, Henk (author), Broos, E.J. (author)
The stability of any structure is an important aspect in civil engineering. This aspect is the subject of the researched quay wall at the Amazonehaven, port of Rotterdam. The quay wall with a relieving platform structure had in various section, over the entire 900m length of the quay, large deformations at the toe of the combined wall. The...
conference paper 2017
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