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Bakker, Floor (author)
To exploit its socio-economic functions, engineering measures are regularly applied in estuaries. Estuaries are, however, known to be very complex systems. Stemming from this complexity is the generation of a so-called estuarine turbidity maximum (ETM), which poses great siltation problems to the engineering measures. An engineering measure,...
master thesis 2020
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Vo, Nam (author)
A quadrotor is a type of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle that has received an increasing amount of attention recently with many applications being actively investigated. Possible applications include search and rescue, surveillance, supply of food and medicines in emergency situations and object manipulation in construction and transportation. An...
master thesis 2017
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Van Rooijen, A. (author), Reniers, A. (author), Van Thiel de Vries, J.S.M. (author), Blenkinsopp, C. (author), McCall, R. (author)
A one-dimensional hydrostatic version of the XBeach model (Roelvink et al., 2009) is applied to hindcast swash morphodynamics measured during an accretive, and an erosive tide at Le Truc Vert beach (France) in early spring 2008 (Masselink et. al, 2009; Blenkinsopp et al., 2011). Swash hydrodynamics are solved by applying the nonlinear shallow...
conference paper 2012
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Winterwerp, J.C. (author)
report 2006
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Thoolen, P.M.C. (author)
report 1999
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Thoolen, P.M.C. (author)
report 1999
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Wilkens, D.H. (author)
report 1995
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Boderie, P.M.A. (author), Zwolsman, J.J.G. (author)
report 1993
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Talmon, A.M. (author), De Graaff, J. (author)
Bed-levelling experiments are conducted in a straight laboratory channel. The experiments involve a significant fraction of suspended sediment transport. The purpose of the experiments is to provide data for modelling of the direction of sediment transport on a transverse sloping alluvial river bed, specifically in presence of suspended sediment...
report 1991
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Talmon, A.M. (author), De Graaff, J. (author)
A suspended sediment transport experiment in a straight flume with a mobile bed is reported. The bed topography is non-horizontal. The flow is steady. Due to an obstruction in the entrance a steady bed oscillation is generated. The bed topography is measured by means of manual bed soundings (by Delft Hydraulics). Suspended sediment...
report 1991
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Talmon, A.M. (author), De Graaff, J. (author)
A laboratory experiment in a 180 degree curved flume with a mobile bed and suspended sediment transport is reported. The flow is steady. The bed topography is measured by means of a profile indicator. Free and forced alternating bars are present. The steady part of the bed topography, which is forced by curvature, is characterized by a below...
report 1991
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Talmon, A.M. (author), De Graaff, J. (author)
A laboratory experiment in a 180 degree curved flume with a mobile bed and suspended sediment transport is reported. The flow is steady. The bed topography is measured by means of a profile indicator. Free and forced alternating bars are present. The steady part of the bed topography, which is forced by curvature, is characterized by a below...
report 1991
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Talmon, A.M. (author), De Graaff, J. (author)
A laboratory experiment in a 180 degree curved flume with a mobile bed and suspended sediment transport is described. The flow is steady. The median sediment diameter (160 micrometer) is larger than in the preceeding experiments, run no. 1 to 3 (90 micrometer). The bed topography is measured by means of a profile indicator. The bed topography is...
report 1990
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Talmon, A.M. (author), De Graaff, J. (author)
A laboratory experiment in a 180 degree curved flume with a mobile bed and suspended sediment transport is described. The flow is steady. The bed topography is measured by means of a profile indicator. The bed topography is characterized by a slowly damped oscillation of the transverse bed slope. Downstream of the bend entrance a pool and a...
report 1989
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Talmon, A.M. (author)
A laboratory experiment in a 180 degree curved flume with a mobile bed and suspended sediment transport is described. The flow is steady. The aim the of experiment is to obtain data on the axi-symmetrical region. The bed topography is measured by means of a profile indicator. Downstream of the bend entrance a pool and a submerged point-bar are...
report 1989
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Gervink, B.J.G.M. (author), Dorenbos, G.J. (author), Berkhoudt, N. (author)
report 1989
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Talmon, A.M. (author), Marsman, E.R.A. (author)
A laboratory experiment in a 180 degree curved flume with a mobile bed and suspended sediment transport is described. The flow is stationary. The main purpose of the experiment is to provide data to calibrate and test morphological models for river bend flow with suspended sediment. The bed topography is measured by means of an profile indicator...
report 1988
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Talmon, A.M. (author)
The mathematical model for river bend morphology, as developed by Olesen, for bed-load transport is discussed, by comparing the results with some new experimental data. The model consists of a two-dimensional depth-averaged flow model together with a sediment balance and can be used to compute the dynamic river bend morphology. The main purpose...
report 1988
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Rijn, L.C. van (author)
report 1985
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Bolton, P. (author)
The terms 'wash load', 'suspended bed material load' and 'bed load' are not clearly defined but, if applied with care, provide a useful basis for sub-dividing the total discharge of sediment in a river for the purpose of measurement. The accuracy with which each of the three types of sediment transport must be measured will depend on their...
report 1983
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