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Hydrodynamics and sediment transport. Fundamental aspects related to sustainable management of sandy coasts: literature survey and tentative research program. Draft
De Mulder, T.; Monbaliu, J. (2001). Hydrodynamics and sediment transport. Fundamental aspects related to sustainable management of sandy coasts: literature survey and tentative research program. Draft. Versie 1.01. K.U. Leuven/Universiteit Gent/Waterbouwkundig Laboratorium: [s.l.]. IV, 46 pp.

Trefwoorden
    Literature surveys
    Models > Scale models > Hydraulic models
    Non-cohesive sediments
    Physics > Mechanics > Fluid mechanics > Hydrodynamics
    Programmes > Research programmes
    Transport > Sediment transport
    Water bodies > Coastal waters
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  • Hydrodynamica en sediment transport. Fundamentele aspecten bij een duurzaam beheer van zandige kustzones

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  • De Mulder, T.
  • Monbaliu, J.

Abstract
    This report first presents a brief literature survey of hydrodynamics and non-cohesive sediment transport in coastal areas, i.e. sand transport processes under waves-only and waves-plus-current conditions. Only aspects of relevance to the present FWO research project are presented : some theory and modelling issues, related international/national research project, available software and experimental facilities. This part of the report is basically intended to be a source of information (and references) to interested people having a good basic knowledge of sediment mechanics.
    In a second part, this report introduces a major objective of the FWO research project, namely gaining insight into effects of complex wave spectra upon sand transport in coastal areas. Finally, a tentative research program is proposed in order to achieve this goal.

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