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A circular calibration set up for calibration of flow velocity sensors has been developed. The set up consists of a sensor holder connected to a precision motor. Via specialised software, the sensor can be moved in at well-defined speeds between 10 microns/second and 60 mm/sec...
Programme: FP4-MAST 3
Record Number: 25913
Last updated on: 2001-03-01
A calibration set-up for calibration of flow velocity sensors has been developed. The set-up consists of a sensor holder connected to a precision motor via a spindle. Via specialised software, the sensor can be moved at well-defined speeds between 10 microns/second and 60 mm/s...
Programme: FP4-MAST 3
Record Number: 25912
Last updated on: 2001-03-01
[REPORT SUMMARY] Field and laboratory data
Summary: Sediment transport processes in coastal waters as well as morphodynamic evolutions are not properly understood at the moment. Focussed laboratory experiments and field measurements are thus able to provide precious results for researchers involved in this field. I...
Programme: FP4-MAST 3
Record Number: 24121
Last updated on: 2003-10-09
Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) are on the verge to become a universal tool for scientific ocean exploration and industrial underwater applications. The EURODOCKER project concentrates on the development of a universal autonomous Docking-Downloading-Recharging (DDLR) sys...
Programme: FP4-MAST 3
Record Number: 22910
Last updated on: 1999-07-22
The GOPAL project led to several advances in JG technology. a) Monitoring technology was developed to measure density, sand and cement content of the return spoil flow. b) Field tests were performed for a spoil recycling plant that recovers lost cement and reduces total volume...
Programme: FP4-MAST 3
Record Number: 26018
Last updated on: 2001-03-22
Pile capacity is usually assumed to be constant with time in sands. However, pile load tests repeated after several years have shown a general gain of pile resistance, with capacity increases up to nearly a factor of 2. The tests performed on piles in the current project allow...
Programme: FP4-MAST 3
Record Number: 26017
Last updated on: 2001-03-22
A preliminary constitutive model was developed for jet-grouted soils. The model was calibrated to laboratory tests and field trials, and then applied to prototype design. As no published research was available on this subject, the result is a significant contribution to geotec...
Programme: FP4-MAST 3
Record Number: 26016
Last updated on: 2001-03-22
A jet-grouting column is created below the pile toe. Consequently, the pile bears on a strong, rocklike soil-cement mixture, doubling pile end bearing. The process is near release for onshore work, but will require significant further development for offshore (platform) applic...
Programme: FP4-MAST 3
Record Number: 26015
Last updated on: 2001-03-22
Static and cyclic behaviour of loose and medium silt and sand samples in the low-stress region (15- 50 kPa) with respect to un-drained behaviour and liquefaction potential has been investigated. Tests have been carried out in a static/cyclic triaxial cell with measurements of ...
Programme: FP4-MAST 3
Record Number: 25851
Last updated on: 2001-03-26
The sediment behaviour is an important factor with regard to scour. A liquefied soil will be more susceptible to larger scour. The liquefaction of soil is determined by the variation of the bottom pressure. This study has focussed on the bottom pressure in the vicinity of wav...
Programme: FP4-MAST 3
Record Number: 25850
Last updated on: 2001-03-26
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