Wave modelling and hydraulic engineering
Dr. Jacco Groeneweg is an expert in the field of wave modelling and hydraulic engineering. The experience is based on 20 years of research, consultancy and educational activities.
Highlights are investigation on the mechanisms involved in the interaction between waves and currents, in a formalism adapted for Deltares’ Delft3D-Flow suite and the on-going development of the spectral wave model SWAN and of the Boussinesq-type wave model TRITON. The results of the research have been published and presented at several national and international conferences and workshops and in international scientific journals and proceedings.
Since the foundation of Deltares, Groeneweg is project leader of a number of comprehensive, large-scale projects, most of them commissioned by Dutch governmental agencies.
|1999 - Present||Deltares||Specialist in waves and hydrodynamics|
|1994 - 1999||TU Delft, section Fluid Mechanics||Hydraulic research (PhD)|
|1992 - 1994||Leiden University, department Mathematics and Computer Science||Scientific engineering|
The Netherlands, 2006 - 2010
SBW Waddenzee, improvement of hydrodynamic model instrumentation for application in the Wadden Sea, researcher
The Netherlands, 2011 - Present
SBW Hydraulic Loads, develop and improve techniques and methods in the determination of hydraulic boundary conditions, researcher and project leader.
The Netherlands, 2007 - 2011
WTI, determination of hydraulic boundary conditions for safety assessment in coastal region, project leader.
The Netherlands, 2007 - Present
Development and application of method to determine hydraulic loads for design purpose along many dike section along the Dutch coast, researcher/advisor.
The Netherlands, 2006
Design conditions for Maasvlakte 2, advisor.
The Netherlands, 2004 - 2006
Derivation of hydraulic boundary conditions along dunes and dikes of Holland Coast and Zeeland, advisor.
The Netherlands, 2003
Development of triton as a wave driver for the flow module in Delft3D, researcher.
The Netherlands, 2002 - 2003
Developments in the wave model SWAN and reliability studies for typical safety related problems, researcher.
The Netherlands, 2001
Development of nonhydrostatic extension of Delft3D-Flow model, researcher.
1999 - 2002
Development of Boussines-type model Triton and application in consultancy projects, researcher/advisor.
1994 - 1998
Investigation of wave-current interaction in a Generalized Lagrangian Mean (GLM) formulation, researcher.
Development of domain decomposition techniques for Delft3D-FLOW, researcher.
Improvements in spectral wave modelling in tidal inlet seas
Van der Westhuysen, A.J., A.R. van Dongeren, J. Groeneweg, G.Ph. van Vledder, H. Peters, C. Gautier, J.C.C. van Nieuwkoop (2012). Improvements in spectral wave modelling in tidal inlet seas. J. Geophys. Res.
A probabilistic model for the determination of Hydraulic Boundary Conditions in a dynamic coastal system
Groeneweg, J., J. Beckers, C. Gautier: A probabilistic model for the determination of Hydraulic Boundary Conditions in a dynamic coastal system (2010). In Proc. of the Int. Conf. on Coastal Engng (ICCE2010), Shanghai, China.
Wave modelling in tidal inlet:: performance of SWAN in Wadden Sea
Groeneweg, J., A.J. van der Westhuysen, G. Ph. van Vledder, J.J. Jacobse, J. Lansen, A.R. van Dongeren: Wave modelling in tidal inlet:: performance of SWAN in Wadden Sea. Proc. of the Int. Conf. on Coastal Engng (ICCE2008), Hamburg, Germany, pp. 411-423.
Wave modelling – the state of the art
Cavaleri, L., J.-H. Alves, F. Ardhuin, A. Babanin, M. Banner, K. Belibassakis, M, Benoit, M. Donelan, J. Groeneweg, T.H.C. Herbers, P. Hwang, P.A.E.M. Janssen, T. Janssen, I.V. Lavrenov, R. Magne, J. Monbaliu, M. Onorato, V. Polnikov, D. Resio, W.E. Rogers, A. Sheremet, J. McKee Smith, H.L. Tolman, G.van Vledder, J. Wolf, I. Young (2007). Wave modelling – the state of the art. Progress in Oceanography, 75, 603-674, doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2007.05.005
Wave transformation in front of the Dutch coast
Groeneweg, J., M. van Ledden and M. Zijlema (2006) Wave transformation in front of the Dutch coast. In Proc. of the Int. Conf. on Coastal Engng, San Diego, pp. 552-564.
Changes in the North Sea extreme waves
Caires, S., J. Groeneweg and A. Sterl: Changes in the North Sea extreme waves (2006). In Proc. of 9th Int. Workshop on Wave Hindcasting & Forecasting, Vancouver, Canada.
Modelling of wave damping at Guyana mud coast
Winterwerp, J.C. R.F. de Graaf, J. Groeneweg and A.P. Luyendijk (2006). Modelling of wave damping at Guyana mud coast. Coastal Engng., Vol 54, 249-261.
Near-shore wave modelling with two coupled models
Groeneweg, J., N. Doorn, M.J.A. Borsboom and A.R. van Dongeren (2004). Near-shore wave modelling with two coupled models: Swan and Triton . In Proc. 29th Int. Conf. on Coastal Engng, Lisbon, 868-880.
Three dimensional wave effects on a steady current
Groeneweg, J. and J.A. Battjes (2003) Three dimensional wave effects on a steady current. J. Fluid Mech., Vol. 478, 325-343.
Boussinesq-type modeling of measured wave breaking on a circular shoal
Groeneweg, J., N. Doorn, M.J.A. Borsboom and M.R.A. van Gent (2002). Boussinesq-type modeling of measured wave breaking on a circular shoal. In Proc. 28th Int. Conf. On Coastal Engng, Cardiff, 495-507.
1DV Wave Solver Coupled to 3D Hydrostatic Flow Solver
Groeneweg, J. and R.E. Uittenbogaard (2000). 1DV Wave Solver Coupled to 3D Hydrostatic Flow Solver. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 2000 Fall Meeting, Vol. 81, No. 48, p. F666.
Changes of the mean velocity profiles in the combined wave-current motion in a GLM formulation
Groeneweg, J. and G. Klopman (1998). Changes of the mean velocity profiles in the combined wave-current motion in a GLM formulation, J. Fluid Mech., Vol. 370, 271-296.
A domain decomposition method for the three-dimensional shallow water equations
De Goede, E.D., J. Groeneweg, K.H. Tan, M.J.A. Borsboom and G.S. Stelling (1995). A domain decomposition method for the three-dimensional shallow water equations. Simulation, Practice and Theory. Vol. 3, 307-325.
|Member||Several PhD commissions and student commissions|