Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering


Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory

The Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory is an integral part of the Hydraulic Engineering research area, located within the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. This specialised laboratory hosts a range of sophisticated equipment that measures flow depths and velocities based on acoustic, ultrasonic, laser and PIV systems.

Facilities

Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory is comprised of a variety of Open Channel Flumes, Wave Flumes, modelling space and much more.  Read more.

Research Areas

Find out more about our research into river mechanics and sediment movement/transport; coastal engineering; physical modelling; flow structure and ecohydraulics; and hydraulic structures. Read more

Student Profiles  

Read about the experiences of former and current students conducting postgraduate research in the Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory. Read more

A Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) camera is used to compare the outputs of the smart pebble.
A Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) camera is used to compare the outputs of the smart pebble.

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