IADC Fleet list 2023

As a service to the dredging community, IADC releases an updated version of the IADC Fleet List each year.

Registration open for the Seminar on Dredging & Reclamation in Delft: 3-7 July 2023

Learn the basics of dredging from experienced lecturers and complete a tender process from start to finish!

Shaping the engineers of tomorrow

During his distinguished career as professor of Coastal Engineering at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), Kees d’Angremond served as head of Hydraulic and Offshore Engineering, chair of the department of Hydraulic and Geotechnical Engineering, and dean of the faculty of Civil Engineering from 1989 to 2001. Now professor emeritus, he still works as an advisor and independent consultant. We invited Kees to a conversation with Stefan Aarninkhof, professor of Coastal Engineering and chair of the department of Hydraulic Engineering at TU Delft, to talk about their careers in the dredging industry and the role of academia in the industry today.

Register now for the live 5-day Seminar on Dredging & Reclamation in Delft

Learn the basics of dredging from experienced lecturers and complete a tender process from start to finish!

IADC Fleet list 2022

As a service to the dredging community, IADC releases an updated version of the IADC Fleet List each year.

IADC Fleet list 2021

As a service to the dredging community, IADC releases an updated version of the IADC Fleet List each year.

Dredger Register 2020
The Dredger Register 2020

The most complete and up-to-date register of dredging equipment.

Can surface turbidity plume generation near a Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger be predicted?

A surface plume from overflow can stay suspended for long periods and distances, resulting in negative environmental impact through increased turbidity and sedimentation. Generation of a surface turbidity plume from the overflow of a Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger is investigated by a process-based, detailed Computational Fluid Dynamics model.