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The sea-lock "Berendrecht" at the Port of Antwerp
Thomas, H.A.M.J.; Goetinck, R.; Morlion, H.J. (1985). The sea-lock "Berendrecht" at the Port of Antwerp. Bull. Perm. Int. Assoc. Navig. Congr. 59(48): 84-92
In: Bulletin of the Permanent International Association of Navigation Congresses = Bulletin de l'Association Internationale Permanente des Congrès de Navigation. PIANC/PIANC = AIPCN: Bruxelles. ISSN 0374-1001, more

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    Harbour installations; Belgium, Zeeschelde, Antwerp Harbour, Berendrecht Lock [Marine Regions]
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    Sea locks; Zeesluizen

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  • Thomas, H.A.M.J.
  • Goetinck, R., more
  • Morlion, H.J.

    The sea-lock "Berendrecht" presently under construction at the Port of Antwerp (Belgium), is the largest sea-lock in the world. It is of the classical deep-founded type, with independent quay-walls and drained floor slabs in its chamber and with two rolling gates of the wheelbarrow type in each lock head. The following contribution describes the general features of the project.

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