Matlab Scripting
I worked with Dr. Rosati, Director of the Coastal Inlets Research Program US Army Corps of Engineers, to adapt and apply this script to function as a sediment and shoaling calculator that can be localized along a given section of a navigable waterway.
This tool allows be to be highly specific about the amount of sedimentation that will occur in a given place over a specific period of time, as well as the amount of sediment that bypasses that specific zone.  This has enabled me to establish a dredging period for each of the main deposition points along the canal.  The Euler method uses simple algorithmic scripting which accounts for change over time- sediment that is deposited effects the rate at which future sediment will be deposited.
Limitations to this tool include the inability to dealt with shape, both changes in shape of the channel as well as the effects on currents, such as the formation of helical currents around bends in the channel.

Matlab Scripting

I worked with Dr. Rosati, Director of the Coastal Inlets Research Program US Army Corps of Engineers, to adapt and apply this script to function as a sediment and shoaling calculator that can be localized along a given section of a navigable waterway.

This tool allows be to be highly specific about the amount of sedimentation that will occur in a given place over a specific period of time, as well as the amount of sediment that bypasses that specific zone.  This has enabled me to establish a dredging period for each of the main deposition points along the canal.  The Euler method uses simple algorithmic scripting which accounts for change over time- sediment that is deposited effects the rate at which future sediment will be deposited.

Limitations to this tool include the inability to dealt with shape, both changes in shape of the channel as well as the effects on currents, such as the formation of helical currents around bends in the channel.

Matlab Scripting
I worked with Dr. Rosati, Director of the Coastal Inlets Research Program US Army Corps of Engineers, to adapt and apply this script to function as a sediment and shoaling calculator that can be localized along a given section of a navigable waterway.
This tool allows be to be highly specific about the amount of sedimentation that will occur in a given place over a specific period of time, as well as the amount of sediment that bypasses that specific zone.  This has enabled me to establish a dredging period for each of the main deposition points along the canal.  The Euler method uses simple algorithmic scripting which accounts for change over time- sediment that is deposited effects the rate at which future sediment will be deposited.
Limitations to this tool include the inability to dealt with shape, both changes in shape of the channel as well as the effects on currents, such as the formation of helical currents around bends in the channel.

Matlab Scripting

I worked with Dr. Rosati, Director of the Coastal Inlets Research Program US Army Corps of Engineers, to adapt and apply this script to function as a sediment and shoaling calculator that can be localized along a given section of a navigable waterway.

This tool allows be to be highly specific about the amount of sedimentation that will occur in a given place over a specific period of time, as well as the amount of sediment that bypasses that specific zone.  This has enabled me to establish a dredging period for each of the main deposition points along the canal.  The Euler method uses simple algorithmic scripting which accounts for change over time- sediment that is deposited effects the rate at which future sediment will be deposited.

Limitations to this tool include the inability to dealt with shape, both changes in shape of the channel as well as the effects on currents, such as the formation of helical currents around bends in the channel.

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take a park. excavate a ragged trench in the middle of the pretty lawn. the rocks and pipes and mud that's left and the backhoe ripping in to them? that is landscape instrumentalism.