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Developing a substitution strategy for hydraulic structures to meet the challenges of a new century. / den Heijer, F; Wolters, MA; van Dorsser, JCM; Berger, HEJ; Hijdra, ACL.

Proceedings of the 32th PIANC MMX Congress. ed. / K White. s.l. : Pianc, 2010. p. 1-14.

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den Heijer, F, Wolters, MA, van Dorsser, JCM, Berger, HEJ & Hijdra, ACL 2010, Developing a substitution strategy for hydraulic structures to meet the challenges of a new century. in K White (ed.), Proceedings of the 32th PIANC MMX Congress. Pianc, s.l., pp. 1-14, 32th PIANC MMX Congress, Liverpool, UK, 10/05/10.

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den Heijer, F., Wolters, MA., van Dorsser, JCM., Berger, HEJ., & Hijdra, ACL. (2010). Developing a substitution strategy for hydraulic structures to meet the challenges of a new century. In K. White (Ed.), Proceedings of the 32th PIANC MMX Congress (pp. 1-14). s.l.: Pianc.

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den Heijer F, Wolters MA, van Dorsser JCM, Berger HEJ, Hijdra ACL. Developing a substitution strategy for hydraulic structures to meet the challenges of a new century. In White K, editor, Proceedings of the 32th PIANC MMX Congress. s.l.: Pianc. 2010. p. 1-14

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den Heijer, F ; Wolters, MA ; van Dorsser, JCM ; Berger, HEJ ; Hijdra, ACL. / Developing a substitution strategy for hydraulic structures to meet the challenges of a new century. Proceedings of the 32th PIANC MMX Congress. editor / K White. s.l. : Pianc, 2010. pp. 1-14

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abstract = "The Netherlands is situated in a Delta area, in which water management is a very important issue.Water management is necessary to keep the rivers under control, provide fresh water and to protectagainst flooding. For water management and navigation hundreds of hydraulic structures are built,such as storm surge barriers, ship locks, sluices and pumping stations. They are an integral part of thewater network. Most of the hydraulic structures have a projected life time of about 100 years. After thisperiod substitution due to aging becomes necessary.The hydraulic structures in the Netherlands are aging, so the need for a substitution strategy isgrowing. Objectives of a very long term (100 years) substitution strategy are to provide a higher qualitynetwork, at lower costs for building and maintenance and to be prepared for future developments.Future developments include climate change, demographic and economic developments and changesin de functions of the water system.This paper discusses the potential benefits of an integrated proactive substitution strategy. Severalexplorations are carried out to get support for the development of a proper strategy for the wholeasset. These are dealing from inventories of the condition of the present asset, learning from othersand case studies to a PhD project on ‘Very Long Term Development of the Dutch Inland WaterwaySystem’ to provide a sound knowledge base for the desired substitution strategy.The explorations mentioned above are still in progress. No final results are available yet. But theinterests are high, since the total asset value is estimated at 15 billion Euros (price level 2002), whichis a lot of money for a small country.",
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