Webinar #2: Grootste risico rivieren – splitsingspunt of piping? | The biggest flood risk in the rivers – bifurcation points or piping?

doi: 10.4121/19419992.v1
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Kok, Matthijs; Henk van Hemert; Matthijs Gensen; Joost Pol (2022): Webinar #2: Grootste risico rivieren – splitsingspunt of piping? | The biggest flood risk in the rivers – bifurcation points or piping?. Version 1. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/19419992.v1
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Overstromingsrisco langs de Rijntakken: Risico’s van overstromingen langs de grote rivieren vragen continu onze
aandacht. Daarbij spelen vele oorzaken een rol, en in dit webinar vragen we aandacht voor nieuw onderzoek naar de rol van twee van deze oorzaken: de twee splitsingspunten van de Rijntakken en de rol van het faalmechanisme piping. Kan aannemelijk worden gemaakt dat één van beide oorzaken dominant is? Wilt u de presentaties van de onderzoekers terugzien? U kunt ze hier bekijken.

Flood risk along the Rhine branches: Flood risks along the major rivers continuously demand our attention. During this All-Risk webinar, we called attention to new research on the role of two mechanisms that influence flood risk: the two main bifurcations of the Rhine branches and the role of the failure mechanism piping. Can it be plausibly argued that one of the two causes is dominant? Would you like to see the presentations of the researchers? You can view them here.
history
  • 2022-03-31 first online, published, posted
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4TU.ResearchData
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mp4
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nl
funding
  • Perspectief research programme All-Risk with project number P15-21, which is financed by NWO Domain Applied and Engineering Sciences.
organizations
TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Section of Hydraulic Structures and Flood Risk
University of Twente, Department of Marine and Fluvial Systems
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