Harm Aantjes is an expert on geotechnical engineering
|2012-present||Deltares||Manager Soil&Structures department|
|2012-present||Deltares||Manager GeoHal geotechnical experimental facilities|
|2013||Deltares||Manager Dikesafety department|
|2008-2012||Deltares||Manager Diketechnology department|
|2006-2008||GeoDelft||Management team member|
Centrifuge scale tests on levees and peat, pile group effects.
The Netherlands, 2012 - 2013
The development of Material Point Method (MPM) as an extension of the Particle-in-cell (PIC) Method in computational fluid dynamics to computational solid dynamics, a finite element method (FEM)-based particle method. It can be used as an alternative to dynamic FEM methods to simulate large material deformations.
The Netherlands, 2012 - 2014
Dijken op Veen, Large scale field tests on peat soils
The Netherlands, 2011
Livedijk installing smart monitoring in real levees (Eemshaven, de Veenderij, Utrecht, XL, Willemspolder)
The Netherlands, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014
Large scale field tests on multiple levee failure mechanisms (macrostability, piping, flow slides) and smart monitoring for the FloodControl IJkdijk foundation
The Netherlands, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2014
FloodControl2015 Initiation of a multy party, multi annual innovation program on flood control management for water boards.
The Netherlands, 2007
De Baggerspeciematras (sludge matrass), winner of the innovation contest De Reinigende Weg from Rijkswaterstaat. Project for the feasability study, the design and the pilot for an innovative road construction concept.
The Netherlands, 2005
|2008-Present||Member board of directors||FloodControl IJkdijk foundation|