CEDA Dredging Days 2019

Dredging Days

Programme 8 November 2019

7-8 November 2019. Ahoy, Rotterdam, the Netherlands

09:00 SESSION 5 – ACADEMIC RESEARCH
  Chair: Jort van Wijk – IHC MTI, the Netherlands
   
  3D CFD modelling of hopper sedimentation (+)
De Wit L - Svašek Hydraulics, the Netherlands
   
  Slurry transport in a channel with TwoPhaseEulerFoam (+)
Schouten TD, Keetels GH and van Rhee C - Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
   
  Unstable behaviour of a sand cap placed over a weak sensitive clay deposit (+)
Martinelli M, Luger D, Talmon A and Galavi V - Deltares, the Netherlands
   
  Experimental study on rock cutting with a pickpoint
Rutten T, Chen X and Miedema SA - Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands; Liu G and Hong G - CCCC National Engineering Research Center of Dredging Technology and Equipment, China
   
10:35 Coffee and tea served in the exhibition area
   
11:05 SESSION 6 – LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN DREDGING TECHNOLOGY
  Chair: Johan Pennekamp – Deltares, the Netherlands
   
  Energy storage system size estimation for hybrid dual fuel powered dredging vessels (+)
Mestemaker BTW, van den Heuvel HN and Gonçalves Castro MB - Royal IHC, the Netherlands
   
  Modelling cutterhead and soil interaction for a cutter suction dredger in waves (+)
Blanken A and Los JG - Royal IHC, the Netherlands
   
  Cutter head spillage when dredging sand or gravel (+)
Miedema SA and Nieuwboer BJ - Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
   
12:20 Lunch served in the exhibition area 
   
13:35 SESSION 7 – YOUNG CEDA PITCH TALKS
  Chair: tbd
   
  Young CEDA will be hosting a pitch talks session; a dynamic series of 7/8 short and sharp presentations. The pitch talks aim to provide students and young professionals with a platform to present their ongoing work, expose their ideas to a broad expert audience and get immediate feedback and inspiration.
   
14:35 Coffee and tea served in the exhibition area
   
15:05 SESSION 8 – ASSESSING AND MANAGING ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
  Chair: Thomas Vijverberg – Royal Boskalis Westminster, the Netherlands
   
  On the application of OBS measurements on mixed sediments and the coupling to fixed
turbidity limits (+)
Bundgaard K - NIRAS, Denmark; Lumborg U - DHI, Denmark
   
  A GIS-tool to identify ecosystem services delivered by smart sediment management strategies (+)
Boerema A, Van der Biest K, Vrebos D and Meire P - University of Antwerp, Belgium; Taal M - Deltares, the Netherlands; van Holland G - IMDC, Belgium; Mestdagh S and Ysebaert T - NIOZ, the Netherlands; Roose F - Department of Mobility and Public Works, Belgium
   
  Applying the ecosystem service concept to Waterborne Transport Infrastructure (+)
Hack JH - TU Darmstadt, Germany; Apitz S – SEA Environmental Decisions, UK; Boerema A - University of Antwerp, Belgium; Boon A - Deltares, the Netherlands; Cofrancesco A - U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, USA; De Boer G - Royal Haskoning DHV, the Netherlands; Fuchs E - Bundesanstalt für Gewässerkunde, Germany; Guannel G - The Nature Conservancy, USA; Hopper D - New South Wales Government, Australia; Moulaert I - Jan De Nul, Belgium; Krebs M - Wasserstraßen- und Schifffahrtsamt Emden, Germany; Touzinsky K - US Army Corps Headquarters, USA
   
  Mapping water quality with drones - test case in Texel (+)
De Keukelaere L, Moelans R, Knaeps E and Strackx G - VITO, Belgium; Lemey E - Jan de Nul, Belgium
   
16:40 PRESENTATION OF THE IADC YOUNG AUTHORS’ AWARD
  René Kolman, Secretary General IADC – International Association of Dredging Companies, the Netherlands
   
16:45 CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS
  Prof. Dr. Cees van Rhee, Chairman Technical Papers and Programme Committee – Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
   
16:55 Farewell drinks

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