In the project “Integral Plan for the Upper Sea Scheldt”, a 3D Scaldis-model of the tidal Scheldt estuary is used to analyse the effects of several bathymetry alternatives under different climate scenarios (boundary conditions). This report focuses on the effects of C alternatives on the hydrodynamics under 3 different boundary conditions: A0CN, AminCL and AplusCH. The model results are analysed in terms of water levels, harmonic components, velocities, and tidal asymmetry. The input for the subsequent ecotope analysis (inundation frequency, frequency of the flow velocity that exceeds 0.65 m/s and frequency of the bed shear stress that exceeds 1 Pa) is also presented .
Publicatiedatum Mei 2021
Thema's Scheepvaart, waterwegen en zeewezen
Auteur(s) Q. Bi, J. Vanlede, S. Smolders, F. Mostaert
Reeks FHR reports 13_131_16