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Veerkamp, Max (author)
Controlling subsurface flow is crucial to prevent: the spreading of contaminants, the failure of dikes or any undesirable water flow. Subsurface flow can be controlled by changing the soil permeability. In order to change soil permeability rigid structures are often installed (for example the installation of sheet pile walls into dike bodies),...
master thesis 2018
Popma, Johannes (author)
Leakage of contaminants to the subsurface is a potential threat to groundwater and is a major problem with storage tanks. When the contaminant reaches the groundwater, it can be subjected to subsurface flow due to which a contaminant plume may form and the contaminant can spread. In this research, it was investigated if a horizontal layer of...
master thesis 2017