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Lai, Yiyi (author)
India's rapid urbanization results in a horizontal urban expansion to the periphery, shaping them into a dynamic rural-urban interface termed the 'peri-urban'. On the one hand, urbanization has profoundly impacted villages within the urban boundaries and resulted in a massive breakdown of local space through gradual changes in land use, economy,...
master thesis 2022
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Vencevičius, Benas (author)
master thesis 2022
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Beckers, Clara (author)
Exhaustion is the surfeit of modern society’s excess. Growth is an essential aspect of modern economies and our everyday life. We embark on journeys searching for the infinite, only to find ourselves in the middle of nowhere to realize that the infinite that we have been searching for is not a destination. The project designs an environment with...
master thesis 2021
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Soutsos, Marios (author)
There have been considerable developments in Merseyside and generally in the North West of England over the last fifteen years with regards to the commercialisation of recycled demolition aggregate. Merseyside, and more specifically Liverpool is an urban region that has undergone regeneration in the last fifteen years. This required the...
conference paper 2017
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di Matteo, L. (author), Valigi, D. (author), Ricco, R. (author), Romeo, S. (author)
The present work quantified the laboratory geotechnical variability by repeatability direct shear test (DS) on alluvial fine-grained soils. The effect of laboratory variability of geotechnical parameters (cohesion c' and friction angle ϕ′) on slope stability was investigated. A mixture of compacted fine sand (40%) and clayey silt (60%) taken...
conference paper 2015
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Witteman, D. (author)
Quarry rock is a frequently applied construction material in hydraulic engineering. The main reason is its unique stability capacities in environments of high hydrodynamic activity. Furthermore, quarry rock is produced and handled relatively easily and available at numerous locations across the globe. The size, or more precisely, the dimension...
master thesis 2015
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Vanhaekendover, H. (author)
For the construction of breakwaters large amounts of armourstone which are produced in dedicated quarries are needed. The better the in-situ block size distribution (IBSD) of these quarries can be determined, the more accurately the quarry production can be predicted. Currently, the IBSD prediction is based on manually acquired scanline data....
master thesis 2013
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Scheffer, F. (author)
At the east coast of India, 20 kilometres north of Chennai, a new satellite port has been designed and is currently under construction. The project is called the Ennore Coal Port Project. Complete design and supervision of the construction is carried out by HASKONING Consulting Engineers and Architects. The objective of this graduation project...
master thesis 1999
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Sint Nicolaas, W. (author)
Probabilistic analysis of the control of grading of quarried rock, using the Rosin-Rammler distribution. with case study for the breakwaters of the port of Ennore, India
master thesis 1997
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Sigurdarson, S. (author), Viggosson, G. (author), Benediktsson, S. (author), Smarason, O.B. (author)
This paper describes the 13 year experience of design and construction of rubble mound berm breakwaters in Iceland. Over twenty berm structures have been constructed since 1983. All berm breakwaters in Iceland have been constructed by local contractors who have developed considerable experience in this type of work. The paper describes the...
report 1996
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Sigurdarson, S. (author), Viggosson, G. (author), Benediktsson, S. (author), Smarason, O.B. (author)
The paper describes the design philosophy for rubble-mound berm breakwaters. The estimated yield from an armourstone quarry is used as an integrated part of the design in an attempt to optimize the utilization of the quarry. All size grades are used from the quarry.
report 1995
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