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Reefman, R.J.B. (author), Van Nederveen, G.A. (author)
Organisations and / or disciplines in Building and Construction projects are usually working in their own design and engineering environments and using their own Building Information Models (BIM). The discipline models are merged into a project BIM which is mainly used to check for interferences or other flaw geometrical interface conditions....
conference paper 2012
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Al-Nozaily, F.A. (author)
Abstract not available
doctoral thesis 2001
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Al-Hamdi, M.I. (author)
Abstract not available
doctoral thesis 2000
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Fowler, J. (author), Bagby, R.M. (author), Trainer, E. (author)
Municipal sewage was placed in geotextile bags for the purpose of evaluating the dewatering and consolidation capabilities of large geotextile tubes and effluent water quality. A proposed AS TM test method for determining the flow rate of suspended solids from a geotextile containment system for dredged material was used to conduct tests to...
report 2000
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Cañizares-Torre, R. (author)
doctoral thesis 1999
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Seijffert, J.W. (author), Verheij, H.J. (author)
Design information for grass on dikes and revetments.
report 1998
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Babovic, V. (author)
The computer-controlled operating environments of such facilities as automated factories, nuclear power plants, telecommunication centres and space stations are continually becoming more complex.The situation is similar, if not even more apparent and urgent, in the case of water. Water is not only mankind's most valuable natural resource, but...
doctoral thesis 1996
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Louisse, C. (author), Verhagen, H.J. (author)
Overview of the Netherlands policy on coastal protection and coastal defence
conference paper 1990
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Stive, M.J.F. (author)
Using the Dutch coastal evolution in the Holocene upto the present as an example and a test case, a coastal evolution concept is proposed and materialized with which shoreline position changes for different sea level rise scenarios are predicted. The (more generally applicable) model applies to (quasi-)uniform coastal stretches. It accounts for...
conference paper 1990
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Klein Breteler, M. (author), Laboyrie, J.H. (author), Verheij, H.J. (author)
Erosion of banks and dikes subjected to water motion can be prevented, for instance by application of cellular concrete revetment blocks. This type of revetment combined the merits of a closed block revetment and a slope revetment consisting of loose materials. Advantages are high permeability, high stability against wave attack and low block...
report 1988
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Klein Breteler, M. (author), Pilarczyk, K.W. (author)
Summary of design methods for alternative revetments, such as interlock systems and block mats, gabions, concrete mattresses and geosystems, such as sandbags and sand sausages. This contribution aims at giving a summary of the increased knowledge, especially that concerning the design tools that have been made available.
report 1988
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Klein Breteler, M. (author), Bezuijen, A. (author)
The permeability of a layer of closely placed concrete blocks on a sublayer of gravel or sand without a geotextile has been investigated. The results indicate that the permeability of the blocks can be described as a combination of the permeability of the joints and the permeability of the the gravel just below the blocks. The permeability of...
report 1988
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de Groot, M.B. (author), Bezuijen, A. (author), Burger, A.M. (author), Konter, J.L.M. (author)
The interaction between soil, water and structure is discussed for a bed and slope protection. It is shown that for various types of structures, and various boundary conditions, this interaction can be approached in a uniform way . The hydraulic conditions at the boundaries of the structure and along the non-protected parts of the bed result in...
report 1988
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Führböter, A. (author), Sparboom, U. (author)
This paper deals with shock pressure phenomena due to breaking waves acting on sloping faces of sea dykes and other dike revetments. The full-scale investigations were carried out in the new research facility LARGE WAVE CHANNEL in Hannover. Germany. Maximum shock pressure estimations are given for practical slopes 1:4 and 1:6. An extension of...
report 1988
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Tsujimoto, T. (author)
Local scour is one of the most important causes on bridge failures during floods, and recent changes of river environments makes it difficult to predict the scour depth and design an appropriate protection works. In this study, firstly an analytical model to describe scouring process around a pier has been derived based on reasonable...
report 1988
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Wind, H.G. (author)
Report of a project planning session in Delft (29-29/8/1986) and contains: Framework of analysis and recommendations; policy analysis; an outline of the contributions to the workshop; the lower countries and a higher Atlantic; The cause and effects of sea level rise; sea level rise on the awakening Earth; the data acquisition of trends observed...
report 1987
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