The paper is based on data and results obtained during the MAST ll project entitled "Full Scale Dynamic Load Monitoring of Rubble Mound Breakwaters". The main part of this project has been exploitation of a fully instrumented rubble mound breakwaters located in the outer harbour of Zeebrugge, Belgium and conduction of attaining physical model tests at three different scales. This approach of looking into the hydraulic response of a rubble mound breakwater makes the project unique world-wide.
|Title of host publication||The Second International Conference: On the Coastal and Marine Structures: ICOPMAS, Dec. 1996, Tehran|
|Number of pages||14|
|Place of Publication||Aalborg|
|Publication status||Published - 1996|
|Event||The Second International Conference on the Coastal, Ports and Marine Structures, ICOPMAS - Tehran, Denmark|
Duration: 1 Dec 1996 → 4 Dec 1996
|Conference||The Second International Conference on the Coastal, Ports and Marine Structures, ICOPMAS|
|Period||01/12/1996 → 04/12/1996|
Bibliographical notePDF for print: 14 pp.
- MAST II Projekt
- Physical Model Tests
Schlütter, F., Frigaard, P., Eelen, B., Troch, P., De Rouck, J., Lewis, A. W., Murphy, J., & Kingston, K. (1996). Flow in and on the Zeebrugge breakwater: a comparison between prototype measurements and physical model tests. In The Second International Conference: On the Coastal and Marine Structures: ICOPMAS, Dec. 1996, Tehran