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de Bruijn, Max (author)
Conventional dike reinforcement measures do not take vegetation into account, while vegetation contains wave damping properties. Reasoning for this is that vegetation in general is seen as temporary and hence may be removed in the future. In this case study for the Dutch waterboard WDOD, the wave damping properties of vegetation in a floodplain...
master thesis 2020
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Spaans, Lennard (author)
The beach recovery process determines the resilience of a sandy coast and is an important aspect of the coastal safety. Sediment stored underwater due to storms is transported onshore by the migration of subtidal and intertidal bars under mild wave conditions. The intertidal zone is an im-portant interface, connecting the marine and aeolian zone...
master thesis 2019
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Hobbelen, Rik (author)
This thesis presents a case study on beach growth of a South Holland beach located slightly north of the Sand Motor over the course of six months, which was measured using a terrestrial laser scanner (TLS). This device was set up to continuously take hourly full coverage measurements of a one kilometre stretch of beach from a hotel rooftop. <br/...
master thesis 2018
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van Natijne, Adriaan (author)
To improve the interpretation of the low density InSAR data a combination is made with high density airborne and terrestrial laser scanner data. Allowing for improvement of the positioning of the scatterers and the understanding of their behaviour. This combination is implemented as a web application, suitable for researchers to create 3D...
student report 2017
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Visser, A.H. (author)
Several programs have been written to process laser scan data from two shoals in the Netherlands. The first makes a grid of heights, the second calculates deformations and makes plots. The third utilises a variogram to obtain information about the amplitude, direction and wavelength of tidal ripples, which are processed and plotted by a fourth...
bachelor thesis 2014
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Van Goor, B. (author)
A Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS) is a powerful tool for surveying. Tens of millions of points are acquired with a high accuracy and within a short time. The resulting point clouds can be used to find changes and deformations. For this project, four point clouds of the metro station and tunnel at Rotterdam central station are available. The...
master thesis 2011
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Altunda?, D. (author)
To measure roughness a number of traditional measurement methods have been developed such as linear profiling, compass and disc clinometers. Although these measurement methods have been widely used, they are time consuming, and labor intensive. The accuracy of the local measurements depends heavily on expertise and measurements are limited to...
master thesis 2009
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Bitenc, M. (author), Bloemsma, M.R. (author), Duijnmayer, K. (author), Lin, K. (author), Piozziol, S. (author), Saleh, M.A.G. (author), Stam, J. (author), Widiastuti, E. (author), Yin, Y. (author)
There are currently three active projects under development for the Delfland coast, all aiming at reinforcing the coast. The main issue is where to put the sand such that it arrives at the coast in the best place, without causing any damage to e.g. the new nature development. To answer this question, knowledge about sand transport is necessary,...
student report 2008
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