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2u∗ ). There are two reasons for this discrepancy. First of all, there is a bias in the measured fluid velocity toward the particle velocity as a result of leftovers of the particle images after median filtering the images, which decrease the measured relative velocity. Furthermore, because the grid spacing of the PIV has about the size of a particle diameter, the fluid velocity that is used for determining the drift velocity by interpolation is not the undisturbed velocity, but rather the one that is affected by the disturbance field of the particle itself.

This was unexpected as suspended sediment is assumed to be of minor importance in these circumstances. The FGM for simulation 1 is 560m, 80m less than in the reference simulation. In figure 4, the concentration profile in the water column at a crest point over the tidal period is shown (upper figure), compared with the flow velocities (lower figure). The sediment is only entrained into the first few meters of the water column. The sediment concentration follows the flow without an apparent lag, as the flow velocity near the bed is small and slowly changes over time.

Hereto, we investigated the effect of implementing suspended sediment transport in the 2DV numerical sand wave code and the sensitivity of several parameters. 1), we will discuss the used model and the equations implemented to describe suspended sediment (Section 3). In Section 4, the simulations and their results are described, after which in Section 5 the results are discussed and conclusions are drawn. 1 State of the art [8] described sand waves as free instabilities of the coupled system of a sandy sea bed and a tidal flow.

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