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Warmink, Jord J.
Bergeijk, Vera M. van
Kriebel, Martijn
Trul, Hizkia
Kuiper, Coen
Hulscher, Suzanne J. M. H.
2021-07-12T12:01:11Z
2021-07-12T12:01:11Z
2021
http://hdl.handle.net/10890/15521
Wave overtopping is one of main failure mechanism of flood protective structures. Experiments and numerical simulations have shown that transitions are weak spots for cover erosion. Transitions in geometry and in bed roughness affect the cover erosion significantly by local deceleration and acceleration of the flow. This paper presents a method to compute the critical average overtopping discharge for a complex dike geometry, including transition, applied to the Afsluitdijk case study. The results show that although the critical overtopping discharge decreases with increasing wave height, the sensitivity of the critical overtopping discharge for wave height decreases for higher waves. This is shown for both the COM and the VE-TM models for all locations along the dike’s cross section. Although further validation of both models is needed for a wider range of dike configurations, the results show that both models are able to probabilistically assess grass erosion based on the critical overtopping discharge for complex dike geometries, including transitions.
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The failure probability of grass erosion due to wave overtopping. A case study of the Afsluitdijk, The Netherlands
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Full or partial reprint or use of the papers is encouraged, subject to due acknowledgement of the authors and its publication in these proceedings. The copyright of the research resides with the authors of the paper, with the FLOODrisk consortium.
2021.06.22-2021.06.24
Online
10.3311/FloodRisk2020.1.22
2021
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Online
Science and practice for an uncertain future
wave overtopping
flood protection
dike cover strength
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FLOODrisk 2020 - 4th European Conference on Flood Risk Management


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