Claudia Ylla ArbosDelft University of Technology | TU · Department of Hydraulic Engineering
Claudia Ylla Arbos
Master of Science
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Citations since 2017
5 Research Items
Plain Language Summary Over two thirds of the world's large rivers are heavily engineered. Human intervention has important consequences for river channels, which erode and aggrade in response to measures like dam construction, channelization, and diversion. Such bed level change can directly (and severely) affect flood safety, navigation, and ecol...
Tsunamis, impulse waves, and dam-break waves are rare but catastrophic events, associated with casualties and damage to infrastructures. An adequate description of these waves is vital to assure human safety and to generate resilient structures. Furthermore, a specific building geometry with openings, such as windows and doors, reduces wave-induced...
Response of the upper Rhine-Meuse delta to climate change and sea level rise
Recent studies showed that a specific design can reduce the impact of water waves on structures, thus limiting the damages. Herein the impact of waves on buildings is addressed, pointing out the influence of orientation on the hydrodynamic process.
to gain insight on ongoing changes in the river system as well as climate-induced changes