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Czapiga, Matthew (author), Blom, A. (author), Viparelli, Enrica (author)
conference paper 2022
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Czapiga, Matthew J. (author), Blom, A. (author), Viparelli, Enrica (author)
abstract 2021
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van Os, Annemarie (author)
This experimental study is about the bed-load transport over inlet sills of longitudinal training walls. The focus is on the flow structures around the inlet: the shape, the processes and the effect on sediment transport. Groynes have been replaced by longitudinal training walls in an 11-km long pilot project to optimize training of the river...
master thesis 2020
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Osório, A.L.N.A. (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Franca, M.J. (author), Creech, C. (author)
Longitudinal training walls are man-made river dividers. They were built in the Netherlands as a replacement of perpendicular groynes as a river training alternative to decrease flood risk and stop the ongoing bed degradation, while still allowing safe navigation. The efficiency of these structures relies on the long-term stability of the two...
conference paper 2020
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Le, T.B. (author), Crosato, A. (author), Montes Arboleda, A. (author)
The Dutch River Waal, a branch of the Rhine, has been trained for centuries to mitigate the effects of ice-jams and improve navigation. The works, started in 1850, involved river straightening and narrowing by a series of transverse groynes. Besides fulfilling their goal, the groynes also created the need to raise flood protection works and...
journal article 2020
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van Os, Annemarie (author), Lokin, Lieke (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Uijttewaal, W.S.J. (author), Labeur, R.J. (author), Osorio, Ana Luisa (author)
abstract 2020
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Le, T.B. (author)
Rivers have been trained for centuries by series of transverse groynes. This generally results in damages to their ecosystems as well as in undesirable longterm morphological developments. We analyze here the possibility to train rivers in a new way by subdividing their channel in parallel channels with specific functions with longitudinal...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Le, T.B. (author), Crosato, A. (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Uijttewaal, W.S.J. (author)
To maintain a navigable channel and improve high-flow conveyance, engineers have recently proposed constructing longitudinal training walls as an alternative to the traditional transverse groynes. However, previous work has shown that the system of parallel channels created by a longitudinal training wall might be unstable in rivers with...
journal article 2018
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Le, T.B. (author), Crosato, A. (author), Uijttewaal, W.S.J. (author)
Rivers have been trained for centuries by channel narrowing and straightening. This caused important damages to their ecosystems, particularly around the bank areas. We analyse here the possibility to train rivers in a new way by subdividing their channel in main and ecological channel with a longitudinal training wall. The effectiveness of...
journal article 2018
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