Gerard Hamill

Professor

  • Room 02.016B - David Keir Building

    United Kingdom

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I conduct research into: Groundwater supplies from coastal aquifers Saline Intrusions in groundwater and in estuaries Sediment scour at bridges and in harbours The use of CFD to model hydraulics and water engineering applications SuDS

19962020
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Engineering & Materials Science

Ship propellers
Propellers
Scour
Quay walls
Turbines
Arch bridges
Masonry bridges
Velocity distribution
Momentum
Ports and harbors
Computational fluid dynamics
Aquifers
Ships
Lasers
Turbulence
Calibration
Erosion
Piers
Sediments
Neural networks
Salt water intrusion
Arches
Outfalls
Experiments
Engineers
Learning systems
Model structures
Image processing

Earth & Environmental Sciences

scour
saline intrusion
coastal aquifer
aquifer
image analysis
quay
arch
salt water
tidal current
turbine
glass
experimental study
calibration
seawater
penetration
pixel
prediction
methodology
image resolution
vortex flow
experiment
masonry
urban drainage
overtopping
light intensity
image processing
flow control
porous medium
ground penetrating radar
temporal evolution
hydraulics
cutoff wall
harbor
tomography
modeling
method
electrical resistivity
pumping
momentum