THE EFFECT OF BUILDING GEOMETRY ON AEOLIAN DEPOSITION AND EROSION PATTERNS: A FIELD EXPERIMENT
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Poppema, D., Wijnberg, K., Mulder, J., & Hulscher, S. (2020). THE EFFECT OF BUILDING GEOMETRY ON AEOLIAN DEPOSITION AND EROSION PATTERNS: A FIELD EXPERIMENT. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, (36v), sediment.21. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36v.sediment.21

Abstract

Buildings at the beach-dune interface, such as restaurants and (holiday) houses, affect wind-driven sand transport in their surroundings. Hereby they shape the development of the beach-dune system. This can have implications for the flood protection offered by dunes. Therefore, this research aims to understand the effect of buildings at the beach-dune interface on beach-dune morphology. In this contribution we present the results of a field experiment which focused on the effect of building size and geometry on the size and location of the deposition patterns directly around buildings.

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https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36v.sediment.21
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References

Poppema, Wijnberg, Mulder & Hulscher (2019): Scale experiments on aeolian deposition and erosion patterns created by buildings on the beach, Coastal Sediments 2019, 1693-1707

Fackrell (1984). Parameters characterising dispersion in the near wake of buildings. Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 16(1), 97-118.

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