Project D

D) Sediment nourishment

This project aims at improving predictions of channel response to sediment management measures in sand-gravel rivers such as the Dutch Rhine, and to provide tools for effective design of nourishment and dredging measures. More specifically, the objective is:

  1. to assess techniques for efficient long-term modelling of morphodynamic changes;
  2. to assess the range of conditions for the which current numerical models are ill-posed;
  3. to develop a regularization method as well as a sound physically-based model to solve for ill-posed problems

Supevisory team

Dr.ir. Robert Jan Labeur

R.J.Labeur@tudelft.nl

dr. Ralph Schielen

r.m.j.schielen@utwente.nl

Prof. dr. ir. Wim Uijttewaal

w.s.j.uijttewaal@tudelft.nl

Contributing partners

Rijkswaterstaat Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management

LievenseCSO Infrastructure & Environment

Witteveen+Bos Engineering and Consulting

HKV Consultants

Delft University of Technology

University of Twente

NWO Applied and Engineering Sciences

Last modified: 06/02/2018

Project leader

dr. ir. Astrid Blom

Send a message

Table of contents