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Wave attenuation in mangrove wetlands. Red River Delta, Vietnam

De Vos, W.J. (Willem Jan) (2004)
Publisher: TU Delft, department hydraulic engineering
Field measurements of wave transmission in mangrove fields, data with focus on mangrove density.

The influence of flow acceleration on stone stability

Dessens, M. (Michiel) (2004)
Publisher: TU Delft, department hydraulic engineering
By carrying out experiments in a flume containing a local contraction, the stone stability in an accelerated flow is investigated. In the contraction the stability of two different stone sizes, subject to different velocity-acceleration combinations, is analysed. If the hypothesis is correct, than for some velocity-acceleration combinations movement occurs while for the same velocity combined with a lower acceleration no movement occurs.

Influences of fluid accelerations on the threshold of motion

Tromp, M. (Maarten) (2004)
Publisher: TU Delft, department hydraulic engineering
Experiment to measure stone stability under accelarating flow. During the experiment 78 test series have been performed with changing wave steepnesses in order to create scenarios of similar horizontal near-bed velocities, but with different accelerations. Another 22 of such tests series have been carried out with stones that have a smaller diameter.