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DHI Water × Environment × Health (DHI)
www.dhi.dk
www.dhigroup.com

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Danish name: DHI Vand × Miljø × Sundhed
Address:
Agern Allé 5
2970 Hörsholm
Denmark

Tel.: +45-(0)45-16 92 00
Fax: +45-(0)45-16 92 92
E-mail:
 
Type: Scientific

Abstract:
DHI Water & Environment is an independent, international consulting and research organization, member of GTS (Advanced Technology Group), which is a grouping of independent Danish research and technology organizations forming the core of the technological infrastructure in Denmark. DHI’s consulting services are based on the development and application of know-how and advanced technologies within ecology and environmental chemistry, water resources, hydraulic structures, hydrodynamics and other areas related to the water environment. The Institute has approximately 300 employees in Denmark, 2/3 of which has an academic background. One of the fundamental disciplines at DHI is coastal hydraulics. This was in fact the starting point in 1964; since then DHI has been at the forefront within the development and application of advanced methods of numerical modeling. This has been in response to challenges from a large number of coastal projects, such as coastal erosion and littoral impact studies. Morphological models are also the subject of research and development.

Projects (6)  Top 
  • BASYS: Baltic Sea System Study, more
  • DELOS: Environmental Design of Low-Crested Structures, more
  • ENCORA: European platform for coastal research: coordination action, more
  • EPCOAST: Exploitation and Protection of Coastal Zones, more
  • LTV O&M actieplan 2004 voor morfologisch onderzoek, more
  • MERMAID: Innovative Multi-purpose off-shore platforms: planning, Design and operation, more

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