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Wave impacts on storm walls: Large scale experiments in the Delta flume

Maximilian Streicher (UGent) , Andreas Kortenhaus (UGent) and Peter Troch (UGent)
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Streicher, Maximilian, Andreas Kortenhaus, and Peter Troch. “Wave Impacts on Storm Walls: Large Scale Experiments in the Delta Flume.” Book of Abstracts Special Publication 80. 2018. 25–26. Print.
APA
Streicher, M., Kortenhaus, A., & Troch, P. (2018). Wave impacts on storm walls: Large scale experiments in the Delta flume. Book of Abstracts Special Publication 80 (pp. 25–26). Presented at the Vliz Marine Scientist Day.
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Streicher, Maximilian, Andreas Kortenhaus, and Peter Troch. 2018. “Wave Impacts on Storm Walls: Large Scale Experiments in the Delta Flume.” In Book of Abstracts Special Publication 80, 25–26.
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Streicher, Maximilian, Andreas Kortenhaus, and Peter Troch. 2018. “Wave Impacts on Storm Walls: Large Scale Experiments in the Delta Flume.” In Book of Abstracts Special Publication 80, 25–26.
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Streicher M, Kortenhaus A, Troch P. Wave impacts on storm walls: Large scale experiments in the Delta flume. Book of Abstracts Special Publication 80. 2018. p. 25–6.
IEEE
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M. Streicher, A. Kortenhaus, and P. Troch, “Wave impacts on storm walls: Large scale experiments in the Delta flume,” in Book of Abstracts Special Publication 80, Bredene, Belgium, 2018, pp. 25–26.
@inproceedings{8558694,
  author       = {Streicher, Maximilian and Kortenhaus, Andreas and Troch, Peter},
  booktitle    = {Book of Abstracts Special Publication 80},
  issn         = {1377-0950},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Bredene, Belgium},
  pages        = {25--26},
  title        = {Wave impacts on storm walls: Large scale experiments in the Delta flume},
  year         = {2018},
}