A selection of our projects.
Various projects -on our home market in Germany and worldwide! Our clients range from small municipalities to water associations, river basin committees, ministries and governmental institutions as well as industrial companies.
An assessment regarding hydraulic and water quality impacts of CSOs, storm water discharges, and WWTP effluents on receiving water body status including an extensive variant study was carried out for the municipality of Rodenbach, Hesse.
For the river basin of the upper Aubauch an immission based model approach was applied to identify deficits regarding morphology and water quality. Based on the deficits identified, a synergistic concept of mitigation measures was derived.
Flood hazard and risk maps for the River Rur in accordance with the EU Flood Risk Management Directive
Preparation of Annual Mekong Flood Reports for the Mekong River Commission
For the Wäschbach catchment (Hesse, Germany) an integrated assessment of hydraulic and water quality impacts on receiving water body status was carried out.
Study of options or scenarios of coordinated operation of dams in the Eastern Nile Basin
Development of adaptation strategies for dams and reservoirs that take into account shifting precipitation regimes and their resulting discharge conditions, as well as their effects on reservoir operation and water quality
Evaluation of the impact of wastewater discharges from salt and potash mining on water quality and ecology and to find operating scheme in order to minimize impacts on water quality
Rapid assessment of the water management scheme and the inclusion of large scale ecosystem-based measures in Thailand
Assessment of several multipurpose, multi-reservoir systems in terms of optimizing reservoir operation, assessing impacts on different sectors and on the hydrological regime downstream at river basin level
Review of the planned Sae-Or Reservoir, identification and design of alternative or complementary ecosystem-based measures to increase resilience and incorporate ecosystem services in disaster risk management
Assistance for the Eastern Nile countries (Ethiopia, South-Sudan, Sudan, Egypt) in creating awareness, initiating dialogue and providing guidance and direction through a recommended “road map” towards the establishment of a coordinated cascade reservoir operation mechanism
Review of the hydrological design and preparation of a failure mode and dam break analysis supported with an Emergency Preparedness Plan (EPP)
Evaluation of the impact of wastewater discharges from salt and potash mining on water quality and ecology in conjunction with all other impacts on the river network in spatial and temporal distribution
Identification and testing of methods for long-range streamflow forecasts based on precipitation prediction with numerical weather models, satellite and remote sensing and/or stochastic streamflow generation for the Lower Mekong Basin
Development and implementation of precipitation-runoff and reservoir operation models based on Talsim-NG under the platform of FEWS
A cross-cutting project aiming at fostering ecosystem-based approaches in Thailand to mitigate extreme hydrological events
Assessment of hydrological dam safety, design floods, PMF analysis, effects of climate change on hydrology and evaluation of hydraulic structures like outlets, gates and spillways
Preparation of flood action maps which enable the municipality to integrate disaster risk reduction in urban planning processes and to launch countermeasures
Formulating and strengthening comprehensive emergency preparedness plans for major dams in Swaziland
Cumulative assessment addressing 3D flow velocity distribution, stratification, water temperature and oxygen content in the reservoir by means of a 3D hydrodynamic model for simulating different stages of the hydropower plant like drawdown of the water level, construction phase and operational phase
Development of management strategies for harmonizing demands of multipurpose reservoirs
Integrated flood concept to provide resilience against flood events and manage any remaining risks of being inundated
Numeric river basin modeling for assessing whether the planned withdrawal of water from the Rur is feasible and in line with the water body’s ecological and hydromorphological targets as well as its industrial use
Training course participants in the assessment of extreme flood events and how to prepare for them