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This article introduces the ''Manual Sediment Transport Measurements in Rivers, Estauries and Coastal Seas'' (Van Rijn, 1986<ref>Rijn, L. C. van (1986). ''Manual sediment transport measurements''. Delft, The Netherlands: Delft Hydraulics Laboratory</ref>). The article contains links to articles with summaries of the manual and to the pdf-files of the manual.  
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This article introduces the ''Manual Sediment Transport Measurements in Rivers, Estauries and Coastal Seas'' (Van Rijn, 1986<ref>Rijn, L. C. van (1986). ''Manual sediment transport measurements''. Delft, The Netherlands: Delft Hydraulics Laboratory</ref>; 2007<ref>Rijn, L.C. van (2007)''Manual sediment transport measurements in rivers,estuaries and coastal seas'', Aquapublications, The Netherlands. 500 p.</ref>).  
  
 
==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
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The '''Manual Sediment Transport Measurements in Rivers, Estauries and Coastal Seas'''  is a volume of about 500 pages containing all details of measurement instruments and methods for mud, silt and sand transport in rivers, estuaries and coastal seas. The manual includes: definitions and measuring principles and errors involved, methods to compute sediment transport from measured data, a wide range of instruments from simple mechanical samplers to sophisticated electronic equipment. [[Bed load]] transport as well as [[suspended load]] transport are addressed. Methods and instruments to measure particle size and particle fall velocity are discussed. Laboratory and [[in-situ]] sample analysis are described. Instrumentation for determining the wet bulk density of bed material (important for dredging studies) is presented. [[Remote sensing]] by video camera recording is also discussed. Regular updates of the methods and instrumentation are made.  
 
The '''Manual Sediment Transport Measurements in Rivers, Estauries and Coastal Seas'''  is a volume of about 500 pages containing all details of measurement instruments and methods for mud, silt and sand transport in rivers, estuaries and coastal seas. The manual includes: definitions and measuring principles and errors involved, methods to compute sediment transport from measured data, a wide range of instruments from simple mechanical samplers to sophisticated electronic equipment. [[Bed load]] transport as well as [[suspended load]] transport are addressed. Methods and instruments to measure particle size and particle fall velocity are discussed. Laboratory and [[in-situ]] sample analysis are described. Instrumentation for determining the wet bulk density of bed material (important for dredging studies) is presented. [[Remote sensing]] by video camera recording is also discussed. Regular updates of the methods and instrumentation are made.  
  
The manual was first published in 1986 and updated in 1993, 2005 and 2007. The manual is written by [http://www.leovanrijn-sediment.com/ L.C. van Rijn] (Delft Hydraulics and University of Utrecht, The Netherlands) and issued by [http://rws.nl Rijkswaterstaat] (Public Works Department in The Netherlands)  and [http://www.aquapublications.nl Aqua Publications].
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The manual was first published in 1986 and updated in 1993, 2005 and 2007. The manual is written by [http://www.leovanrijn-sediment.com/ L.C. van Rijn] (Delft Hydraulics and University of Utrecht, The Netherlands) issued by [http://rws.nl Rijkswaterstaat] (Public Works Department in The Netherlands)  and [http://www.aquapublications.nl Aqua Publications]. L.C. van Rijn is senior research and project engineer of the Delft Hydraulics Laboratory.
  
The Coastal Wiki comprises a summary of the manual. All summaries also contain links to pdf-files, which are hosted on a website of [http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/manual.html#indexmanual WL|Delft Hydraulics]
 
  
 
==Summaries at the Coastal Wiki==
 
==Summaries at the Coastal Wiki==
 
[[Image:Wesptripod.jpg|thumb|right|Example 1: Wesp placing tripod in coastal zone]]
 
[[Image:Wesptripod.jpg|thumb|right|Example 1: Wesp placing tripod in coastal zone]]
[[Image:Pumpsampler.jpg|thumb|right|Example 2: Pump sampler for rivers]]
 
 
Theme 9 of the Coastal Wiki contains over thirty articles with summaries of parts of the manual. The different chapters of the manual are summarized in next articles:
 
Theme 9 of the Coastal Wiki contains over thirty articles with summaries of parts of the manual. The different chapters of the manual are summarized in next articles:
  
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* Chapter 12: [[Measuring instruments for fluid velocity, pressure and wave height]]
 
* Chapter 12: [[Measuring instruments for fluid velocity, pressure and wave height]]
  
Furthermore, most of the sections and sub-sections of [[Measuring instruments for sediment transport|Chapter 5]] are summarized in more detail. Summaries of this chapter are provided in the articles:
 
* [[Instrument Characteristics of point-integrating suspended load samplers]]
 
* [[Guidelines for selection of sediment transport samplers]]
 
* [[Measuring instruments for rivers]], [[Measuring instruments for estuaries]] and [[Measuring instruments for coasts]]
 
* [[Bed load]] samplers: [[Bed load transportmeter Arnhem (BTMA)]], [[Helley-Smith sampler (HS)]] and [[Delft Nile bed load and suspended load sampler (DNS)]].
 
* [[Suspended load]] samplers: [[bottle and trap samplers]], [[USP-61 suspended load sampler]], [[Delft Bottle suspended load sampler]], [[USD-49 depth-integrating sampler]] and [[Collapsible-Bag depth-integrating sampler]]
 
* [[Pump samplers]] and [[pump sampling in unidirectional and oscillatory flow]]
 
* Optical and acoustical sampling methods: [[general principles of optical and acoustical instruments]], [[Optical backscatter point sensor (OBS)]], [[Optical Laser diffraction instruments (LISST)]], [[acoustic point sensors (ASTM, UHCM, ADV)]] and [[Acoustic backscatter profiling sensors (ABS)]]
 
  
See also the [[:Category:Manual sediment transport measurements|alphabetic overview of all articles]] with summaries of the manual.
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[[Image:Pumpsampler.jpg|thumb|right|Example 2: Pump sampler for rivers]]
 
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For [[Measuring instruments for sediment transport|Chapter 5]] most of the sections and sub-sections are also summarized in separate articles:
==Content of the manual and pdf-files==
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* 5.2: [[Instrument Characteristics of point-integrating suspended load samplers]]
The manual can be downloaded as one or multiple pdf-files from a website from [http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/manual.html#indexmanual WL|Delft Hydraulics]. It is also possible to download separate chapters of the manual. For Chapter 5, it is also possible to download pdf-files of separate sections and sub-sections. Below the Table of contents of the manual and links to pdf-files are given. 
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* 5.3: Selection of sediment transport samplers
 
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** [[Guidelines for selection of sediment transport samplers]]
[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H1_Introduction.pdf '''1. INTRODUCTION, PROBLEMS AND APPROACHES''' (0,4 Mb)]
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** [[Measuring instruments for rivers]]
 
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**[[Measuring instruments for estuaries]]
*1.1 Introduction
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**[[Measuring instruments for coasts]]
*1.2 Sedimentation and erosion problems in rivers, estuaries and coastal seas
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* 5.5: [[Bed load]] samplers:
**1.2.1 Introduction
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** [[Bed load transportmeter Arnhem (BTMA)]]
**1.2.2 Sedimentation and erosion problems
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** [[Helley-Smith sampler (HS)]]  
**1.2.3 Approach of sedimentation problems
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** [[Delft Nile bed load and suspended load sampler (DNS)]].
 
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** [[Bed form tracking]]
[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H2_Morfological_definitions.pdf '''2. MORPHOLOGICAL DEFINITIONS AND PROCESSES''' (2,8 Mb)]
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* 5.6: [[Suspended load]] samplers:  
 
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** 5.6.2: [[Bottle and trap samplers]]
*2.1 General
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*** [[USP-61 suspended load sampler]]
*2.2 Definitions
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*** [[Delft Bottle suspended load sampler]]  
*2.3 Fluid flow and sediment properties 
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*** [[USD-49 depth-integrating sampler]]  
**2.3.1 Introduction
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*** [[Collapsible-Bag depth-integrating sampler]]
**2.3.2 Sediment classification
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** 5.6.3: [[Pump samplers]] and [[Pump sampling in unidirectional and oscillatory flow]]
**2.3.3 Fluid and sediment properties
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** 5.6.4: [[general principles of optical and acoustical instruments|Optical and acoustical sampling methods]]:
*2.4 Sediment transport processes 
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*** [[Optical backscatter point sensor (OBS)]]
**2.4.1 Introduction
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*** [[Optical Laser diffraction instruments (LISST)]]
**2.4.2 Sand transport 
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*** [[Acoustic point sensors (ASTM, UHCM, ADV)]]  
***2.4.2.1 Sand transport in steady river flow
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*** [[Acoustic backscatter profiling sensors (ABS)]]
***2.4.2.2 Sand transport in non-steady (tidal) flow
 
***2.4.2.3 Sand transport in combined non-steady (tidal) flow and oscillatory flow (waves)
 
**2.4.3 Mud transport 
 
***2.4.3.1 General characteristics, definitions and modelling approaches
 
***2.4.3.2 Cohesion
 
***2.4.3.3 Flocculation
 
***2.4.3.4 Settling
 
***2.4.3.5 Deposition
 
***2.4.3.6 Saturation
 
***2.4.3.7 Consolidation
 
***2.4.3.8 Erosion
 
***2.4.3.9 Transport of mud
 
*2.5 Sediments and ecological processes in marine environments
 
**2.5.1 Overview of processes and impacts
 
**2.5.2 Ecology related to dredging, mining and dumping of sediment
 
**2.5.3 Results of field studies related to dredging and mining of sediment
 
*2.6 Sediments and pollution 
 
**2.6.1 Introduction
 
**2.6.2 Dissolved and solid-associated materials
 
**2.6.3 Contaminants
 
**2.6.4 Processes in aquatic systems
 
**2.6.5 Dredged materials 
 
*2.7 Mathematical models of sediment transport and morphology 
 
**2.7.1 Introduction
 
**2.7.2 Flow models
 
**2.7.3 Wave models
 
**2.7.4 Sediment transport and morphological models 
 
*2.8 Data Model Integration 
 
**2.8.1 Introduction
 
**2.8.2 Definition of data model integration (DMI)
 
**2.8.3 Measures of agreement-Least squares norms
 
**2.8.4 Role of uncertainties in models and data
 
**2.8.5 Combination using DMI techniques reduces the uncertainty
 
**2.8.6 Formulation of the uncertainty
 
**2.8.7 Stochastic models
 
**2.8.8 Calibration of models
 
**2.8.9 Sequential data assimilation in dynamic (time-stepping) models
 
 
[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H3_measuring_principles.pdf '''3. MEASURING PRINCIPLES, STATISTICS AND ERRORS''' (0,5 Mb)]
 
*3.1 Measuring principles for suspended load transport 
 
**3.1.1 Direct method
 
**3.1.2 Indirect method 
 
*3.2 Measuring principles for bed load transport 
 
**3.2.1 Direct method
 
**3.2.2 Indirect method 
 
*3.3 Measuring statistics 
 
**3.3.1 General aspects
 
**3.3.2 Sampling site
 
**3.3.3 Number of measurements for suspended load transport
 
***3.3.3.1 General aspects
 
***3.3.3.2 Number of points in a vertical
 
***3.3.3.3 Number of verticals over bed-form length
 
***3.3.3.4 Number of verticals in cross-section
 
***3.3.3.5 Number of verticals per tide 
 
**3.3.4 Number of measurements for bed-load transport 
 
***3.3.4.1 General aspects
 
***3.3.4.2 Number of samples at each location and number of locations along bed form
 
***3.3.4.3 Number of sampling locations over width of cross-section
 
**3.3.5 Sampling frequency
 
**3.3.6 Sampling methods
 
**3.3.7 Sample preservation and in-situ sampling
 
**3.3.8 Sampling flexibility 
 
*3.4 Measuring errors and required accuracy
 
 
 
[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H4_Computation_of_sediment_transport.pdf '''4.  COMPUTATION OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT AND PRESENTATION OF RESULTS''']
 
*4.1 Rivers (4,2 Mb)
 
**4.1.1 Total load transport per unit width
 
**4.1.2 Bed-load transport per unit width
 
**4.1.3 Suspended load transport per unit width 
 
***4.1.3.1 Partial method
 
***4.1.3.2 Integral method
 
**4.1.4 Total load transport per cross-section
 
**4.1.5 Presentation of results
 
*4.2 Estuaries
 
**4.2.1 Tide-integrated total load transport
 
**4.2.2 Presentation of results
 
 
 
[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5_Measuring_instruments_sediment_transport.pdf '''5. MEASURING INSTRUMENTS FOR SEDIMENT TRANSPORT''']
 
 
 
*[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-2_Instrument_characteristics.pdf 5.1 General aspects]
 
*5.2 Instrument characteristics
 
*[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-3_Selection_of_sediment_transport_samplers.pdf 5.3 Selection of sediment transport samplers (9.0 Mb)]
 
**5.3.1 Guidelines for selection of sediment transport samplers
 
**5.3.2 Sediment transport measurements in rivers
 
**5.3.3 Sediment transport measurements in estuaries
 
**5.3.4 Sediment transport measurements in coastal seas 
 
*[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-4_Comparison_of_suspended_load_samplers.pdf 5.4 Comparison of suspended load samplers]
 
**5.4.1 Comparison of USP-61, Delft Bottle and Pump-Filter sampler
 
**5.4.2 Comparison of Pump-filter sampler and ASTM
 
**5.4.3 Comparison of Pump-Filter sampler and Pump-Bottle sampler
 
**5.4.4 Comparison of Pump-Sedimentation sampler and Pump-Filter sampler
 
**5.4.5 Comparison of Pump-Sedimentation sampler and Bottle sampler
 
**5.4.6 Comparison of OBS and Pump sampler
 
**5.4.7 Comparison of ASTM and Pump sampler
 
**5.4.8 Comparison of ASTM, OBS and Pump sampler
 
**5.4.9 Comparison of ABS and Pump sampler
 
**5.4.10 Overall conclusions with respect to OBS, ASTM and ABS instruments
 
*5.5 Description of bed load samplers
 
**5.5.1 Trap sampling 
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-5-1-1_general_aspects_of_trap_sampling_bed_load.pdf 5.5.1.1 General aspects]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-5-1-2_BTMA_sampler.pdf 5.5.1.2 Bed-load transportmeter Arnhem (BTMA)]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-5-1-3_Helley_Smith_sampler.pdf 5.5.1.3 Helley Smith (HS)]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-5-1-4_Delft_Nile_sampler.pdf 5.5.1.4 Delft Nile sampler (DNS)]
 
**[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-5-2_Bed_form_tracking.pdf 5.5.2 Bed form tracking]
 
 
 
*5.6 Description of suspended load samplers
 
**[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-1_Classification_of_suspended_samplers.pdf 5.6.1 Classification of samplers]
 
**5.6.2 Bottle and Trap samplers
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-2-1_General_aspects_of_bottle_and_trap_samplers.pdf 5.6.2.1 General aspects]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-2-2_Bottle_sampler.pdf 5.6.2.2 Bottle sampler]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-2-3_Trap_samplers.pdf 5.6.2.3 Trap sampler]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-2-4_USP61_point_sampler.pdf 5.6.2.4 USP-61 point-integrating sampler]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-2-5_Delft_bottle_sampler.pdf 5.6.2.5 Delft Bottle sampler]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-2-6_USD49_depth-integrating_sampler.pdf 5.6.2.6 USD-49 depth-integrating sampler]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-2-7_Collapsible_bag_sampler.pdf 5.6.2.7 Collapsible-Bag depth-integrating sampler]  
 
**5.6.3 Pump sampler 
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-3-1_General_aspects_of_pump_sampling.pdf 5.6.3.1 General aspects for sampling in unidirectional flow]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-3-2_General_aspects_of_pump_sampling_in_oscillatory.pdf 5.6.3.2 General aspects for sampling in oscillatory flow]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-3-3_Pump_filter_sampler.pdf 5.6.3.3 Pump-Filter sampler]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-3-4_Pump_sedimentation_sampler.pdf 5.6.3.4 Pump-Sedimentation sampler]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-3-5_Pump_bottle_sampler.pdf 5.6.3.5 Pump-Bottle sampler]
 
**5.6.4 Optical and Acoustical sampling methods
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-4-1_General_principles_of_optical_and_acoutical_sampl.pdf 5.6.4.1 General principles]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-4-2_Optical_backscatter_point_sampler_OBS.pdf 5.6.4.2 Optical backscatter point sensor (OBS)]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-4-3_Optical_point_sensors_LISST.pdf 5.6.4.3 Optical Laser diffraction point sensors (LISST)]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-4-4_Various_optical_sensors.pdf 5.6.4.4 Various other Optical point sensors]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-4-5_Acoustic_point_sensors.pdf 5.6.4.5 Acoustic point sensors (ASTM, UHCM, ADV)]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-4-6_Acoustic_backscatter_profiling_sensors.pdf 5.6.4.6 Acoustic backscatter profiling sensors (ABS and ADCP)]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-5_Impact_sensor.pdf 5.6.5 Impact sensor]
 
***5.6.5.1 General aspects
 
***5.6.5.2 IOS impact sensor 
 
**[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-6_Nuclear_sensor.pdf 5.6.6 Nuclear sensor]
 
**[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H5-6-7_Conductivity_sensor.pdf 5.6.7 Conductivity sensor]
 
 
 
[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6_Measuring_instruments_particle_size.pdf '''6. MEASURING INSTRUMENTS FOR PARTICLE SIZE AND FALL VELOCITY''']
 
 
 
*[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-1_General_aspects.pdf 6.1 General aspects (4,1 Mb)]
 
**6.1.1 In-situ sampling
 
**6.1.2 Formulae particle fall velocity
 
**6.1.3 Definitions of sediment sizes 
 
*[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-2_and_6-3_Instrument_characteristics_and_selection.pdf 6.2 Instrument characteristics]
 
*[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-2_and_6-3_Instrument_characteristics_and_selection.pdf 6.3 Selection of instruments]
 
*[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-4_Comparison_of_instruments.pdf 6.4 Comparison of instruments] 
 
**6.4.1 BAT and VAT for sand particles
 
**6.4.2 BAT, PWT,Wet-sieving and Coulter-Counter for fine particles
 
**6.4.3 PWT, BWT and BAT for fine particles
 
*6.5 Description of instruments 
 
**[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-1_Photographic_instrument.pdf 6.5.1 Photographic instrument]
 
**[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-2_Sieving_instruments.pdf 6.5.2 Sieving instruments] 
 
***6.5.2.1 General aspects
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-2-2_Dry_sieving.pdf 6.5.2.2 Dry sieving]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-2-3_Wet_sieving.pdf 6.5.2.3 Wet sieving]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-2-4_Airjet_sieving.pdf 6.5.2.4 Air-jet sieving]
 
**[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-3_Sedimentation_instruments.pdf 6.5.3 Sedimentation instruments]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-3-1_General_aspects_of_sedimentation_methods_for_part.pdf 6.5.3.1 General aspects]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-3-2_Settling_tubes.pdf 6.5.3.2 Accumulation tube]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-3-3_Bottom_withdrawal_tube.pdf 6.5.3.3 Bottom Withdrawal Tube (BWT)]
 
***[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-3-4_Pipet_withdrawal_tube.pdf 6.5.3.4 Pipet-Withdrawal Tube (PWT)] 
 
**[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-4_Coulter_counter.pdf 6.5.4 Coulter Counter]
 
**[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-5_Laser_diffraction_instruments.pdf 6.5.5 Particle size and concentration by Laser Diffraction (LISST, COULTER, PARTEC)]
 
**[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-6_Photo_and_video_camera.pdf 6.5.6 In-situ photo and video camera]
 
**[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-7_Phase_doppler_anemometry.pdf 6.5.7 Particle size and velocity by Phase Doppler Anemometry (PDA)]
 
**[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H6-5-8_Laser_reflectance.pdf 6.5.8 Particle size by Laser Reflectance (PARTEC Laser)]
 
 
 
[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H7_Measuring_instruments_for_bed_material_sampling.pdf '''7. MEASURING INSTRUMENTS FOR BED MATERIAL SAMPLING''']
 
 
*7.1 General Aspects
 
*7.2 Bed material samplers: grab, dredge and scoop samplers
 
*7.3 Bed material samplers: core samplers
 
*7.4 Particle size of bed materials (6,4 Mb)
 
**7.4.1 Based on metallic trace elements (MEDUSA)
 
**7.4.2 Based on acoustic reflection (ROXANN) 
 
*7.5 Movement of bed material particles 
 
**7.5.1 Critical bed-shear stress for initiation of motion
 
**7.5.2 Tracer studies
 
 
 
[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H8_Laboratory_and_in-situ_analysis.pdf '''8. LABORATORY AND IN-SITU ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES''' (2,0 Mb)]
 
 
*8.1 Sediment concentration 
 
**8.1.1 Evaporation method
 
**8.1.2 Filtration method
 
**8.1.3 Units 
 
*8.2 Bed material composition 
 
**8.2.1 General aspects
 
**8.2.2 Detailed method
 
**8.2.3 Simple method 
 
*8.3 Suspended sediment composition
 
**8.3.1 General aspects
 
**8.3.2 Sandy environment
 
**8.3.3 Silty environment
 
**8.3.4 Sandy-silty environment
 
*8.4 Sediment density
 
**8.4.1 Detailed method
 
**8.4.2 Simple method
 
*8.5 Chemical analysis
 
*8.6 Laboratory equipment
 
 
 
[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H9_In-situ_measurement_of_wet_bulk_density.pdf '''9. IN-SITU MEASUREMENT OF WET BULK DENSITY''' (1,1 Mb)]
 
 
 
*9.1 General aspects
 
*9.2 Mechanical core sampler
 
*9.3 Acoustic sensor
 
*9.4 Nuclear radiation sensor
 
 
 
[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/HH_10_Bed_level_detection.pdf '''10. INSTRUMENTS FOR BED LEVEL DETECTION''' (1,8 Mb)]
 
 
 
*10.1 Introduction
 
*10.2 Mechanical bed level detection in combination with DGPS
 
*10.3 Acoustic bed level detection (Echo-sounding instruments)
 
*10.4 Optical bed level detection
 
*10.5 Conclusions
 
  
[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/H11_Argus_video_system.pdf '''11. ARGUS VIDEO SYSTEM'''  (1,4 Mb)]
 
 
*11.1 Introduction
 
*11.2 History of ARGUS
 
*11.3 ARGUS worldwide
 
*11.4 ARGUS image types and conventions
 
*11.5 ARGUS standard image processing
 
*11.6 ARGUS tools
 
*11.7 ARGUS applications
 
 
 
[http://www.wldelft.nl/rnd/intro/fields/morphology/pdf/HHH_Annex_A.pdf '''ANNEX A: MEASURING INSTRUMENTS FOR FLUID VELOCITY, PRESSURE AND WAVE HEIGHT''']
 
  
*A1 Introduction
 
*A2 Velocity sensors (3,4 Mb)
 
**A2.1 Velocities and bed-shear stresses, instrument characteristics and accuracies
 
**A2.2 Electro-Magnetic Velocitymeter (EMV)
 
**A2.3 Acoustic Doppler Velocitymeter (ADV)
 
**A2.4 Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP, UVP)
 
**A2.5 Phased Array Doppler Sonar (PADS)
 
**A2.6 Coherent Doppler Velocity Profiler (CDVP) and Cross-Correlation Velocity Profiler (CCVP)
 
*A3 Comparison of measured velocities 
 
**A3.1 Electro-Magnetic Velocitymeter (EMV) and Laser Doppler Velocitymeter (LDV)
 
**A3.2 Acoustic Doppler Velocitymeter (ASTM) and Electro-Magnetic Velocitymeter (EMV)
 
**A3.3 Acoustic Doppler Velocitymeters (ADV)
 
**A3.4 Ultra-sonic Velocity Profiler (UPV) and Particle Image Velocitymeter (PIV)
 
*A4 Fluid pressure and wave height instruments 
 
**A4.1 General instrument characteristics, accuracies and selection criteria
 
*A5 Comparison of measured wave heights 
 
**A5.1 Pressure sensor and capacity wire
 
**A5.2 Pressure sensor and surface following wave gauge
 
**A5.3 Pressure sensors
 
**A5.4 Velocity sensor, fluid pressure sensor and capacity wires
 
**A5.5 Pressure sensor and resistance wave staff
 
**A5.6 Accelerometer and DGPS on wave rider bouy
 
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
*[http://www.leovanrijn-sediment.com/ website of the author: Leo van Rijn]
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*[http://www.leovanrijn-sediment.com/ Website of the author: Leo van Rijn]
*[http://www.verkeerenwaterstaat.nl/kennisplein/page_kennisplein.aspx?DossierURI=tcm:195-17870-4&Id=213950 Rijkswaterstaat site: Manual Sediment Transport Measurements in Rivers, Estuaries and Coastal Seas ]
 
 
*[http://www.estuary-guide.net/ UK: Estuary guide]
 
*[http://www.estuary-guide.net/ UK: Estuary guide]
*[http://www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/resourcesquality/wqmonitor/en/index.html WHO: Water quality monitoring: A practical guide to the design and implementation of freshwater quality studies and monitoring programmes, Edited by J. Bartram and R. Ballance]
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*[https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/18a3/7beef7d0df415aff85d15c86db596231ddc7.pdf?_ga=2.151406972.492632984.1561829863-625546311.1557060128 WHO: Water quality monitoring: A practical guide to the design and implementation of freshwater quality studies and monitoring programmes, Edited by J. Bartram and R. Ballance]
*[http://www.whycos.org/IMG/pdf/948_E.pdf WMO: Manual on sediment management and measurement]
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*[https://library.wmo.int/doc_num.php?explnum_id=1709 WMO: Manual on sediment management and measurement]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:48, 19 August 2020

This article introduces the Manual Sediment Transport Measurements in Rivers, Estauries and Coastal Seas (Van Rijn, 1986[1]; 2007[2]).

Introduction

manual sediment transport measurements

The Manual Sediment Transport Measurements in Rivers, Estauries and Coastal Seas is a volume of about 500 pages containing all details of measurement instruments and methods for mud, silt and sand transport in rivers, estuaries and coastal seas. The manual includes: definitions and measuring principles and errors involved, methods to compute sediment transport from measured data, a wide range of instruments from simple mechanical samplers to sophisticated electronic equipment. Bed load transport as well as suspended load transport are addressed. Methods and instruments to measure particle size and particle fall velocity are discussed. Laboratory and in-situ sample analysis are described. Instrumentation for determining the wet bulk density of bed material (important for dredging studies) is presented. Remote sensing by video camera recording is also discussed. Regular updates of the methods and instrumentation are made.

The manual was first published in 1986 and updated in 1993, 2005 and 2007. The manual is written by L.C. van Rijn (Delft Hydraulics and University of Utrecht, The Netherlands) issued by Rijkswaterstaat (Public Works Department in The Netherlands) and Aqua Publications. L.C. van Rijn is senior research and project engineer of the Delft Hydraulics Laboratory.


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Theme 9 of the Coastal Wiki contains over thirty articles with summaries of parts of the manual. The different chapters of the manual are summarized in next articles:


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See also

References

  1. Rijn, L. C. van (1986). Manual sediment transport measurements. Delft, The Netherlands: Delft Hydraulics Laboratory
  2. Rijn, L.C. van (2007)Manual sediment transport measurements in rivers,estuaries and coastal seas, Aquapublications, The Netherlands. 500 p.
The main authors of this article are Rijn, Leo van and Roberti, Hans
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Citation: Rijn, Leo van; Roberti, Hans; (2020): Manual Sediment Transport Measurements in Rivers, Estuaries and Coastal Seas. Available from http://www.coastalwiki.org/wiki/Manual_Sediment_Transport_Measurements_in_Rivers,_Estuaries_and_Coastal_Seas [accessed on 7-12-2022]