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Record nummer 1981619
Titel A feeling for soil and water : a tribute to Prof. Frans Barends
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Meindert Van, Evert den Haan & Jurjen van Deen (eds.)
Auteur(s) Van, M. ; Haan, E. den ; Barends, F.
Uitgever Delft : Stichting Deltares
Jaar van uitgave 2011
Pagina's IX, 190 p ill
Titel van reeks Deltares select series (ISSN 1877-5608 ; vol. 7)
ISBN 9789491099007
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Trefwoorden (cab) dijken / veiligheid / onderhoud / bodemwaterbeweging
Rubrieken Waterbouwkunde
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Nederlands
Toelichting (Engels) Soil mechanics became an independent area of research after Terzaghi realized that total soil pressure and pore water pressure together dictate the deformation of saturated soil. Frans Barends has made an enduring mark in a number of the many topics which are addressed by soil mechanics, and in this tribute to his career we focus on the interface of soil and water as it occurs around water defence structures. Although science understood more and more the strange interaction between soil and water, history continuously treats us with unexpected behaviour. This tribute is formed around the dike, that most common of water defence structures
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