LoSSGO: Local Sea-State for Stop-Go offshore Operations
Dr Robert Dorrell R.Dorrell@hull.ac.uk
Reader in Environmental Fluid Dynamics
Prof Rodney Forster R.Forster@hull.ac.uk
|Funder(s)||Green Port Hull|
|Project Dates||May 1, 2018 - Dec 31, 2020|
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