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Measurement of Sand Transport Procecesses under Breaking and Irregular Waves
Author : Jan S. Ribberink et al
Morphodynamic modelling systems used in coastal engineering practice consist of coupled models for waves, currents, sediment transport and bed level change. The sediment transport model usually incorporates a “practical” model for the sediment transport near the bed, comprising empirical formulae relating net sediment transport to the local flow and sediment conditions.
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Article : Issue 3 - EU Hydraulic Research Infrastructure Network: Hydralab IV
Date Published : 03/10/2014
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