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An efficient consolidation model for morphodynamic simulations in low SPM-environments. / Winterwerp, Han; Zhou, Zeng; Battista, Guilia; van Kessel, Thijs; Jagers, Bert; van Maren, Bas; van der Wegen, Mick.

2017. 3-4 Abstract from INTERCOH 2017, Montevideo, Uruguay.

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Winterwerp, H, Zhou, Z, Battista, G, van Kessel, T, Jagers, B, van Maren, B & van der Wegen, M 2017, 'An efficient consolidation model for morphodynamic simulations in low SPM-environments' INTERCOH 2017, Montevideo, Uruguay, 13/11/17 - 17/11/17, pp. 3-4.

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Winterwerp, H., Zhou, Z., Battista, G., van Kessel, T., Jagers, B., van Maren, B., & van der Wegen, M. (2017). An efficient consolidation model for morphodynamic simulations in low SPM-environments. 3-4. Abstract from INTERCOH 2017, Montevideo, Uruguay.

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Winterwerp H, Zhou Z, Battista G, van Kessel T, Jagers B, van Maren B et al. An efficient consolidation model for morphodynamic simulations in low SPM-environments. 2017. Abstract from INTERCOH 2017, Montevideo, Uruguay.

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Winterwerp, Han ; Zhou, Zeng ; Battista, Guilia ; van Kessel, Thijs ; Jagers, Bert ; van Maren, Bas ; van der Wegen, Mick. / An efficient consolidation model for morphodynamic simulations in low SPM-environments. Abstract from INTERCOH 2017, Montevideo, Uruguay.

BibTeX

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title = "An efficient consolidation model for morphodynamic simulations in low SPM-environments",
abstract = "This paper presents a fast consolidation model suitable for long-term morphodynamic simulations. This model is applicable for muddy systems where sedimentation rates are smaller than consolidation rates, assuming quasi-equilibrium of the consolidating bed. It compares to the consolidation model developed by Sanford (2008). However, in that model, a heuristic, exponential density profile was used. Instead, the current model is derived from the full consolidation (Gibson) equation. The model’s material parameters (hydraulic conductivity, consolidation coefficient and strength) can therefore be derived from soil mechanical experiments in the laboratory.",
author = "Han Winterwerp and Zeng Zhou and Guilia Battista and {van Kessel}, Thijs and Bert Jagers and {van Maren}, Bas and {van der Wegen}, Mick",
year = "2017",
language = "English",
pages = "3--4",
note = "INTERCOH 2017 : 14th International Conference on Cohesive Sediment Transport Processes, INTERCOH 2017 ; Conference date: 13-11-2017 Through 17-11-2017",
url = "https://www.fing.edu.uy/imfia/intercoh/",

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