For his discussion of mathematical models to manage and analyze erosion and despositions along the coastline, an IADC Young Authors Award was presented to Chakib Biar at the CEDA Dredging Days in Morocco, October 2002.
Dredging stiff clay is notoriously difficult. A newly patented system using high pressure waterjets in the hopper dredger's draghead has solved several operational problems. For his description of this innovative technique, the author was presented with a 2002 IADC Award at the PIANC Conference in Sydney, Australia.
The 2001 IADC Award winner presents a case study of a new method for extracting geotechnical parameters called Iternative Technique (IT).
Winner of the 2000 IADC Annual Award, this study illustrates the considerable differences in friction loss values, used for calculation in pipeline systems, yielded by different equations.
An IADC "Most Promising Student" Award has been presented to a graduate of TU Delft for her work on determining the magnitude and direction of wave-induced sediment transport.
Cement and Soft Mud Mixing Technique Using Compressed Air-Mixture Pipeline: Efficient Solidification
The 1998 IADC Award-winning paper, presented at the WODCON XV in Las Vegas, explains an efficient new technique being utilised in Japan.
Emissions of Porewater Compounds and Gases from the Subaquatic Sediment Disposal Site “Rodewischhafe”
The 1997 IADC Award was given to this paper which was presented at the International Conference on Contaminated Sediment in Rotterdam, in September.
The winner of the 1996 IADC Award, this paper describes one of the recent dredging techniques tested on the Ketelmeer and now being used in the Port of Nieuwpoort, Belgium.