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Rijkens, A.A.K. (author)
doctoral thesis 2016
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Duz, B. (author)
The PhD study focused on two topics. The first topic was energy dissipation in wave propagation. The wave dissipation can be caused by physical and/or numerical phenomena, such as the free surface treatment, physical viscosity and artificial viscosity due to discretization of the momentum equations. Among these the free surface treatment is an...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Van Steeg, P. (author), Labruijere, A. (author), Mom, R. (author)
The stability of grass covered slopes on primary flood defences under wave attack is an important aspect with respect to the strength of the entire dike. In a grass slope many transitions to objects (poles, stairs, fences, buildings et cetera) or other revetments (concrete, asphalt, placed block revetment) can be present. This can potentially...
report 2015
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Luppes, R. (author), Duz, B. (author), Van der Heiden, H.J.L. (author), Van der Plas, P. (author), Veldman, A.E.P. (author)
The simulation tool ComFLOW, developed for accurate predictions of hydrodynamic wave loading, is based on the Navier-Stokes equations. The free-surface dynamics is described through VOF, with local height-function approach to enhance accuracy. Numerical reflections are prevented by specially designed absorbing boundary conditions. Gravity...
conference paper 2011
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Oumeraci, H. (author), Staal, T. (author), Pfoertner, S. (author), Ludwigs, G. (author), Kudella, M. (author)
ELASTOCOAST revetments are highly porous structures made of crushed stones which are durably and elastically bonded by Polyurethane (PU). To improve the understanding of the physical processes involved in the wave-structure-foundation interaction and to develop prediction formulae for both hydraulic performance and wave loading more than 75...
report 2010
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Stanczak, G. (author)
This report addresses the preparation and performance of laboratory tests on a the erodibility of clay cover with and without grass, subjected to impact pressures generated by controlled falling water mass Three types of clay, representing different erosion resistances as well as grass cover of moderate quality have been used in order to gain...
report 2007
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Cuomo, G. (author)
In most developed coastal areas, seawalls protect towns, road, rail and rural infrastructure against wave overtopping. Similar structures protect port installations worldwide, and may be used for cliff protection. When a large tidal excursion and severe environmental conditions concur to expose seawalls and vertical face breakwaters to wave...
report 2007
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Kolkman, P.A. (author)
Maximale golfdrukken volgens stromingsdrukmodel, schokgolfmodel en waterpistonmodel
report 1992
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Führböter, A. (author), Sparboom, U. (author)
This paper deals with shock pressure phenomena due to breaking waves acting on sloping faces of sea dykes and other dike revetments. The full-scale investigations were carried out in the new research facility LARGE WAVE CHANNEL in Hannover. Germany. Maximum shock pressure estimations are given for practical slopes 1:4 and 1:6. An extension of...
report 1988
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Führböter, A. (author)
A special impact generator was constructed in order to produce water impacts with velocities which are not available in scale models with waves. The water impact was generated by a jet suddenly striking upon a measuring area. Even under same conditions of impact, stochastic scattering of the peak pressures was observed; but for all test series...
conference paper 1969
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Skladnev, M.F. (author), Popov, I.Y. (author)
A description is presented of a wave flume with a pneumatic wave productor, which can generate waves up to 2 m high. The principal mental results are outlined of dynamic wave action on the slope protection of an earth dam, with the slope protection formed of slabs with open joints placed on an artificial filter layer. Data are cited on wave...
conference paper 1969
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Lundgren, H. (author)
At the inauguration of two advanced wind-wave flumes in the Netherlands, three decades after BAGNOLD's pioneer work, and one decade after the Haringvliet sluice investigation and the joint Dutch-Danish investigation of the Hanstholm breakwaters, it seems appropriate to summarize current knowledge on wave shock phenomena. These may be classified...
conference paper 1969
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Bijker, E.W. (author)
Model investigation of wave forces on a caisson breakwater in Hanstholm, Denmark.
report 1960
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Bagnold, R.A. (author)
Description of the original tests of Bagnold on wave impacts.
report 1939
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