The development of a minimum 38 Mm3 reservoir in the Jannah Valley is part of the development of existing water resources in all regions of Lebanon.
Hydraulics laboratory, physical scale models
Artelia has an over 11,000 m2 hydraulics laboratory with longstanding international experience, whose activity is increasing. Developments in the field of numerical modelling in no way reduce the need for physical scale models. Testing facilities equipped with sophisticated control and measuring systems are used to study and validate the design of complex hydraulic structures such as dams, water intakes, pumping stations, siphons and vortex shafts. The laboratory also has first-rank experience in modelling sedimentary dynamics in rivers (erosion and sedimentation downstream of dams or around bridges) and torrents (mudslides).
The joint venture OTV / STEREAU / HYDRATEC / ARTELIA was commisioned by SIAAP for a « design and build » for the rebuilding of the biggest treatment plant in Europe, « Seine Aval » in Achères, west of Paris.
As part of the redevelopment of the site of the former Villard Bonnot paper mills, it is considered to implement sediment deposition area.
Eiffage was chosen by ADP to build a system to manage stormwater over the entire area of Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport.
As part of work to develop a refinery 200 km south of Hanoi on the coast of Vietnam, SKEC appointed Artelia to perform scale-model tests of the sea outfall pumping station in order to validate its hydraulic design – for which SKEC was responsible – in particular with respect to the pump suction e
In the context of the 3rd correction of the river Rhone, the cantons of Vaud and Valais are considering recreating a delta where the Rhone flows into Lake Geneva by re-opening a lateral branch upstream of the outlet point.