For more than 50 years, the Utah Water Research Laboratory at Utah State University has been a leader in applied research on water related issues
UWRL engineers have constructed a 1:50 scale model to help a California design team make better-informed decisions as they repair and replace the damaged spillway.
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Expert faculty engage students in interdisciplinary research opportunities where they gain the professional skills to become future water experts in Utah and around the world
From its inception, the UWRL has employed state-of-the-art technologies to address complex water challenges
The UWRL has helped engineering professionals solve hydraulic structure design challenges through physical and numerical modeling studies for more than 50 years.
Around 300 research projects are ongoing at the UWRL at any given time, with the majority of those projects providing direct benefits to each of Utah’s 29 counties
Meet the UWRL's newest faculty members: Belize Lane, Alfonso Torres-Rua, Tianfang Xu, and Ruijie Zeng. (See news story)
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