Least-Cost Scheduling of Advance Maintenance Dredgingby Jay R. Lund, Univ of California, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Critical Water Issues and Computer Applications
Abstract: New methods are suggested for scheduling advance maintenance dredging operations on isolated reaches of navigation channels. For reaches where siltation occurs regularly as a result of gradual slumping, quiescent deposition, or regular erosion due to waves and wakes, the problem reduces to a least-cost replacement problem. This method is applied to a case study where existing dredging costs are compared with those estimated using this new dredge scheduling techniques.
Subject Headings: Dredging | Scheduling | Maintenance | Financial management | Case studies | Navigation (geomatic) | Silt | Erosion
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