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Rotteveel, E. (author)
This research focuses on identifying the most important stern shape aspects, with regard to resistance and propulsion power, of inland ships. Such information should help designers to determine which hull form aspect to adjust in case design requirements need them to do so. The information is obtained by firstly conducting a large series of CFD...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Vinke, Frederik R.S. (author), van Dorsser, Cornelis (author), Velinga, Tiedo (author)
Inland Water Transport (IWT) is one of the modalities for freight transport between the ports of Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Antwerp and the hinterland in Germany. Transport over water between these areas is possible as a result of the presence of the Rhine, but more important are the navigation conditions on the river. As a result of climate change,...
conference paper 2019
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Nouasse, Houda (author), Horváth, K. (author), Rajaoarisoa, Lala (author), Doniec, Arnaud (author), Duviella, Eric (author), Chuquet, Karine (author)
In a global change context, governments in Europe want to promote alternative transports as inland navigation or railway instead of road transport. As example, in north of France, a shift of 20% from road transport to these alternative transport solutions is expected by 2050. Reaching this goal requires not only the delivery of new...
journal article 2016
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Hekkenberg, R.G. (author)
The European inland waterway transport sector is a highly competitive one. The transport operators in this sector are mainly small companies with only one ship. Such companies have very few possibilities to distinguish themselves from their competitors. At the same time their main asset, their ship, is often highly standardized. In this thesis,...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Brolsma, J.U. (author), Roelse, K. (author)
The Waterway Guidelines cover only: • the transport engineering design; the structural design is beyond the scope of the Guidelines; • waterways in CEMT classes I to V and recreational waterways; • waterways without currents or with a longitudinal current up to 0.5 m/s; • waterways that are not primarily intended for sea shipping; • waterways...
report 2011
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van der Toorn, A. (a.vandertoorn@tudelft.nl) (author), de Jong, M. (m.dejong@tudelft.nl)) (author)
Although much attention is given to the consequences of climate change with respect to melting icecaps, starving polar bears, sea level rise and inadequate storm defense systems, there may be severe consequences for inland shipping too. Not only because of more frequent occurrence and longer durations of closed storm surge barriers, which may...
conference paper 2010
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Vantorre, M. (marc.vantorre@ugent.be) (author), Eloot, K. (author), Delefortrie, G. (author)
In 2007, the Belgian Federal Authorities issued a Royal Decree concerning “inland vessels that can also be utilised for non-international sea voyages”, allowing inland vessels to operate in coastal areas between the Belgian coastal harbours and the Belgian inland waterway network via the Western Scheldt, provided that – among other requirements ...
conference paper 2010
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Westdijk, C.V.J. (author)
Overview of all classes of inland navigation vessels in the Netherlands for the use of traffic statistics, composed in cooperation between CBS and Rijkswaterstaat.
report 2009
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Anonymous, A. (author)
Standard for the design of revetment and shore protection in inland navigation canals.
report 2008
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Anonymus, A. (author)
De hoofdstukindeling van de voorliggende Richtlijnen Vaarwegen is gewijzigd ten opzichte van de uitgave van september 1999. De laatste bestond uit drie onderdelen: een algemeen gedeelte, afmetingen en vormgeving van vaarwegen en de bediening van kunstwerken. De drie oude delen zijn geïntegreerd tot één doorlopende tekst. De nieuwe structuur is...
report 2006
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Boeters, R.E.A.M. (author), Havinga, H. (author), Litjens, G. (author), Verheij, H.J. (author)
In this paper we will discuss the experience gained in the Netherlands with the multifunctional management of waterways. We will especially go into how the functions of rivers and canals for navigation and nature are combined. For this we will briefly go back to the national paper for Seville 1994, "Waterways with room for nature", in which the...
conference paper 1997
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Filarski, R. (author), Brolsma, J.U. (author)
This report describes a visit to Poland by mr. R. Filarski and mr. J.U. Brolsma of the Transportation and Traffic Engineering Division of Rijkswaterstaat in the week of the 22nd through 26th of June 1992. The trip was guided by prof. dr. M. Milkowski. Inland navigation is not very important in Poland: no more than 1% of the transportation, no...
report 1992
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Korteweg, A.L. (author), Verkade, J. (author), Steketee, A. (author), Polderman, W. (author)
Dit rapport geeft de resultaten van een kort onderzoek naar de onderhoudstoestand van dit moment van de rijksvaarwegen en van de hoofdvaarwegen in de provincies Friesland en Groningen. Het onderzoek steunt gedeeltelijk op gegevens die in het kader van het onderzoek naar Rationeel Onderhoud Natte Infrastructuur (RONIS) zijn verzameld. Uit het...
report 1987
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Agema, J.F. (author), Ferguson, A. (author), Stuip, J. (author), Tiemersma, J.J. (author)
In het voorliggende rapport is allereerst een inventarisatie gemaakt van studies, geïnitiëerd en uitgevoerd door diverse instanties, organisaties en/of belanghebbenden naar een verbinding tussen de Maas en de Rijn. De kern van het rapport is een tracé-onderzoek. Met behulp van een multicriteria-analyse werd eerst een tracébepaling uitgevoerd....
book 1985
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Glerum, A. (author)
History of navigational canals in the Netherlands
report 1983
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Kolkman, P.A. (author), Slagter, J.C. (author)
The Dutch Belgian treaty of may 1963 stipulated that a system of locks should he constructed in the canal section extending from the port of Antwerp to the Eastern Scheldt. The system of locks was called the 'Kreekrak locks' from the tidal gulley that once existed in this area. The lock system had to he designed in such a way that when it was in...
report 1976
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Kooman, C. (author), De Bruijn, P.A. (author)
Lock capacity and traffic resistance are factors which play an important part in the assessment of future traffic through existing locks and in the determination of the number and size of new ones. In this context lock capacity means the maximum quantity of shipping which can be locked per unit of time in the prevailing conditions, if a lock is...
report 1975
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Koster, J. (author)
This publication summarizes the research carried out in the Netherlands in the 1960s into the dimensions required for the cross-section of ship canals if push tows are to navigate safely with other types of inland shipping.The necessary cross-section dimensions were determined by the space required for the different traffk situations which must...
report 1975
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De Gaay, A.C. (author)
A few kilometres after crossing the Dutch frontier the Waal splits off from the river Rhine and flows to the left carrying 70% of the Rhine's water. A few kilometres further down, the IJssel splits off and flows to the right carrying 12% of the water coming down the Rhine. The river Rhine turns to the left carrying the remaining 18% of its...
report 1970
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Zanen, A. (author)
lecture notes 1960
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