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Is verticale evacuatie haalbaar of niet? \ Magazine nationale veiligheid en crisisbeheersing [Artikel]
Engel, K. \ Harrald, J. \ Kolen, B. \ Torres, M. \ Trainor, J. \ Veldhuis, P. \ Velotti, L. \ Zannoni, M. \ 2010
Studies in Nederland en internationale ervaringen, zoals in New Orleans, hebben aangetoond dat horizontale evacuatie bij een mogelijke overstroming soms onmogelijk of onwenselijk is. Onwenselijk voor bijvoorbeeld kwetsbare bevolkingsgroepen met speci ...
Use of flocculants for increasing permeate flux in anaerobic membrane bioreactors \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
Diaz, H. \ Azocár, L. \ Torres, S.I.C. \ Jeison, D. \ 2014
Biomass retention, required for high rate anaerobic wastewater treatment, can be accomplished coupling an anaerobic bioreactor with membrane filtration. However, low flux seems to be a common factor when operating anaerobic membrane bioreactors (AnMB ...
Vertical evacuation: rethinking urban, rural and social space \ Flood preparedness in The Netherlands: a US perspective [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Velotti, L. \ Trainor, J. \ Torres, M. \ Kolen, B. \ Engel, K. \ 2012
Here, we discuss the feasibility of vertical evacuation. These insights can be used in further discussions about the use of vertical evacuation and to analyze its consequences (loss of life, economic and social damage). We will first present a defini ...
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