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Schukking, W.H.P. (author)
Samenvattend rapport van alle twee- en drie dimensionale ontgrondingsonderzoeken uit de periode 1960-1970 bij het Waterloopkundig Laboratorium in opdracht van Rijkswaterstaat. De informatie uit de onderzoeken M648 en M863 zijn in deze rapporten samengevat, evenals de resultaten uit M847. (3 delen).
report 1972
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report 1972
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De Best, A. (author), Bijker, E.W. (author)
The scouring profile of a bottom consisting of movable material as this is formed in front of a vertical wall under influence of the standing wave against this wall is discussed. The form of this profile is different for coarse and fine material. In the case of fine material this material is moved in suspension by the mass transport currents...
report 1971
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Adihardjo, R. (author)
report 1970
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Dronkers, J.J. (author), Breusers, H.N.C. (author), Vinjé, J.J. (author), Venis, W.A. (author), Spaargaren, F. (author)
Considerations on fluid motion in and around closure gaps, two-dimensional local scour in loose sediments, local scour caused by vortex streets, behaviour of dumping material when exposed to currents, results of model tests applied to an actual project *** The closure of the final gaps is the most difficult part of the construction of the dams...
report 1968
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Schukking, W.H.P. (author)
Vergelijkende analyse van de meetgegevens van Breusers en Spaargaren en de ontgrondingsformules van beiden.
report 1968
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Breusers, H.N.C. (author)
The time scale of local scour is of importance in many model studies of practical problems. The use of a time scale is justified by the similarity in experimental scouring holes under different conditions. A time scale is derived from experiments with a wide range of length scales, velocity scales and material scales. The influence of velocity...
report 1967
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Breusers, H.N.C. (author)
The conformity of local scour in experiments with non-cohesive bed material is studied for two-dimensional problems. A description of the flow pattern in the scour hole and development of the scouring process with time is given. The importance of the time scale in the design of structures where a temporary exposure of the bed to scouring effects...
report 1966
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Miller, D.R. (author)
The design and construction of submarine pipelines involve s special investigations and studies to understand marine environmental conditions which affect the location, installation methods, and design techniques for undersea line s. The paper will discuss application of marine geology, oceanography and marine engineering studies to submarine...
report 1965
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Herbich, J.B. (author), Van Weele, B. (author)
The erosion of sand beaches due to oscillatory water particle motion of non-breaking waves can be of importance, particularly where such a beach is fronted by a sea wall supported on spread foundation. Laboratory study was conducted with natural beach sand; waves were generated mechanically. Geometric variables included the inclination of sea...
report 1965
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report 1964
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report 1963
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Clarke, F.R.W. (author)
Laboratory research on the effect of jets on erodible bed. Studies of scour hole shape. Includes measured data.
report 1962
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report 1961
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Veronese, A. (author)
The note summarizes the study and the results of two series of experiments, carried out in the laboratory, on the erosion of the mobile bottom downstream of a drain (model). Confirming the degree of reliability of the method followed and the final results, the formulas deduced are applied to the underlying erosions found in two cases on...
report 1937
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