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Sediment transport modelling (TELEMAC-3D + GAIA) case study: sand disposals in the Western Scheldt
Wolf, T.; Breugem, W.A.; Chu, K.; Decrop, B.; Van Holland, G.; Plancke, Y.; Stark, J. (2021). Sediment transport modelling (TELEMAC-3D + GAIA) case study: sand disposals in the Western Scheldt, in: Breugem, W.A. et al. Proceedings of the papers submitted to the 2020 TELEMAC-MASCARET user conference - October 2021. pp. 49-57
In: Breugem, W.A. et al. (2021). Proceedings of the papers submitted to the 2020 TELEMAC-MASCARET user conference - October 2021. International Marine & Dredging Consultants: Antwerp. ISBN 9789464447842. V, 180 pp., meer

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Documenttype: Congresbijdrage

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  • Wolf, T.
  • Breugem, W.A.
  • Chu, K., meer
  • Decrop, B., meer

Abstract
    In this study, the three-dimensional coupled (TELEMAC-3D + GAIA) morphodynamic Scheldt model is used to investigate the behaviour of sand disposals in the Western Scheldt by simulating the experimental disposal campaign of 2019 at the Put van Hansweert. A validation of the hydrodynamics shows that the Scheldt model is able to reproduce accurately water level predictions throughout the Scheldt estuary and good two/three-dimensional velocity patterns near the Put van Hansweert. By performing a Brier Skill Score analysis, it is shown that the simulated morphodynamics at the project site has the performance indication ‘Good’. This reveals that the Scheldt model is suited for scenario analysis.

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