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van der Lugt, Marlies (author)
Waves in coastal waters play a role in forecasting storm conditions, as boundary conditions for the assessment of coastal risk and in coastal structure design. Assessment of their impact can be made through numerical modeling. In a forecasting context, the CPU time of the wave model is decisive in its suitability. Recent years wave model...
master thesis 2017
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Blom, J.A.H. (author)
Het onderzoek beschrijft de trekproeven en schuifproeven die in het veld zijn uitgevoerd ter verificatie van het liggermodel voor geklemde steenzettingen. De proeven worden in Zeeland uitgevoerd. Er is gemeten aan Hydroblocks en Basalton zettingen met resp. 35 en 25 cm zuilhoogte. In totaal zijn er 61 trekproeven en 11 schuifproeven uitgevoerd....
master thesis 2006
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Veldhuizen, M. (author), Schrieks, M. (author), Van der Broekhoven, R. (author), Wierenga, J. (author), Sipkema, D. (author)
Master Project report on an improvement of the coastal protection around a maritime fortress "El Castillo del Moro" in Havana, Cuba
student report 2005
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Bijvoet, R.F. (author)
During the last years, experimental research in the Large Oscillating Water Tunnel (L. O. W. T.) and the Vinje basin (both of Delft Hydraulics) is aimed at the understanding and mathematical description of the process of near-bed sediment transport induced by non-breaking waves. The understanding of the near-bed sediment dynamics is important...
master thesis 1996
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Reijnders, M. (author)
The seabed of many coastal and estuarine areas in the world mainly consists of mud. The interest in the complex behaviour of mud has increased considerably the last few decades, because mud has become more and more a menace to the environment. Contamination o f mud has infertalized agricultural land and with the increase of harbor activity,...
master thesis 1995
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