Research into practice
The nature of the impact between climate, water and agriculture can be complex but this research tested the validity of a simplified assessment approach.
Potential uses for data assimilation techniques in the modelling of wind, waves, currents and sediments.
HR Wallingford's TASS software is used to predict sediment release rates from trailing suction hopper dredgers.
Different tests and models to simulate processes during dredging and reclamation were evaluated to assess their strengths and weaknesses.
Research to expand the capabilities of our state of the art breach modelling software, EMBREA.
This project investigated the feasibility of an integrated approach for the hydraulic design and analysis of geotechnical stability of rubble mound and caisson breakwaters, coupling CFD with FEM models.
The future service chain platform project investigated the use of new data handling and web-based service technologies and standards at HR Wallingford.
Exploring the use of evolutionary optimisation algorithms to solve environmental engineering problems
This research project investigated the feasibility of implementing parallel processing within TELEMAC to achieve faster run times on projects. Studies were carried out using internal research funds.
This project updated HR Wallingford’s RESSASS software to help us model and manage sediments in reservoirs.
This research project looked at the best way to insert fish in to hydrodynamic models, and to provide the concept by looking at hydro power impacts and invasive species migration.
HR Wallingford and the University of Oxford set up a shorter knowledge transfer project to investigate several issues regarding one-line modelling.
Structure from Motion (SfM) refers to the process of using a collection of digital photographs of a common object or area to produce a 3D model in the form of a point cloud.
We developed our own validated, efficient and flexible model, OIL-RW, to provide reliable prediction of oil transport and fate.
The smart documents project investigated a new range of possibilities for faster, better, smarter and more efficient ways to access and interact with data.