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.
HR Wallingford offers a range of services for ports, harbours and marine terminals, from the review and development of existing infrastructure to site selection and evaluation of options for new facilities.
HR Wallingford has the specialist knowledge to help solve the most complex dam and reservoir related challenges. We adapt and apply our cutting-edge research to deliver innovative, sustainable and cost effective solutions.
HR Wallingford has considerable experience of hazard and risk mapping. Our consultancy studies are backed by leading edge tools and our active involvements in climate change and flood risk research.
HR Wallingford translates the latest science into practical policy advice, strategy formulation and decision support for optimisation of investment planning
The Fast Flow Facility is one of the world's largest marine test facilities, delivering a world-leading capability in wave-current-sediment-structure modelling.
Our tsunami wave simulator generates model-scale tsunami in the laboratory, allowing researchers to better understand the potential impact of tsunami once they reach the coastline.
14,400 m² of physical modelling facilities housed in three purpose built halls