Author

Jeroen Werkhoven

Jeroen obtained his Civil Engineering bachelor’s degree at Delft University of Technology with a minor in quantitative economics from the University of Melbourne. The complex balances between engineering challenges and cost effectiveness are what led Jeroen to pursue a MSc in Offshore and Dredging Engineering. In 2015, he co-initiated Project Yogya, a student-run volunteer project in Indonesia that provided the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works with a feasibility and development assessment of the Yogyakarta harbor. His graduation research, commissioned by Great Lakes Dredge and Dock in Chicago, focuses on CSD spillage models.

Articles By Jeroen Werkhoven

Can a preliminary model describe CSD spillage due to centrifugal advection?
Can a preliminary model describe CSD spillage due to centrifugal advection?

Depending on its size and installed power, a Cutter Suction Dredger is capable of cutting a wide range of soil types. Although precise and relatively efficient, a CSD can spill significantly. The authors propose a preliminary model which describes spillage due to centrifugal advection.

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