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Improving the nautical access to Zeebrugge harbor: a multidisciplinary study
Martens, C.; Delgado, R.; Verhaeghe, H.; Verwaest, T.; Willems, M. (2012). Improving the nautical access to Zeebrugge harbor: a multidisciplinary study, in: International Conference on Coastal Engineering (ICCE 2012), Santander, Spain, July 1-6 2012: book of papers. pp. [1-10]
In: (2012). International Conference on Coastal Engineering (ICCE 2012), Santander, Spain, July 1-6 2012: book of papers. Coastal Engineering Research Council of the American Society of Civil Engineers: Reston. , more

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Document type: Conference paper

Keyword
    Marine
Author keywords
    Harbor access; Numerical modeling; Physical modeling

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  • Martens, C., more
  • Delgado, R., more
  • Verhaeghe, H.

Abstract
    A multidisciplinary study was set up to tackle the nautical problems faced by Zeebrugge Harbor by the Maritime Access Division of the Flemish Community. The problem is twofold: strong cross-currents at the harbor mouth hinder the entrance of the ships around high water, and the occurrence of thick muddy layers hinders the navigation in the harbor and causes very high dredging costs. The article focuses on the global project set up, and explains more in detail the numerical and physical modeling research.

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