80X 0.7m hinge depth paddles at University College Cork.
This is one of four tanks that make up the specialist LIR NOTF Ocean Test Facility at the MaREI Center for Marine and Renewable Energy.
The tank is 25m x 18m x 1m deep and has a movable floor in its central section.
The floor can be raised above the surface of the tank to allow quick and easy model setup.
The floor can then be lowered to give a total of 2.4m depth. Two sides have ED designed slatted beaches made from recycled plastic.
We have built a bespoke current and wave tank for the Stony Brook University, New York State.
The tank can be seen in action on our Youtube page.
The tank features our first production Wet Back Piston Wavemaker. The machine is 25m long, 1.5m wide x 1.5m deep and is designed to operate in depths up to 1m.
The tank has glass sides to allow observation of experiments and stainless steel base trays.
The tank will be used for a wide variety of coastal engineering experiments.
Edinburgh Designs have recently installed two machines at Grenoble University, France.
A 500mm piston machine has been fitted that is removable.
The aim is to run this piston against the existing hydraulic piston at the other end of the tank and observe the wave interactions.
A 700mm flap machine has been fitted to the end of the tank.
The tank will be 12m deep, 45m wide and 60m long and feature full current capabilities, wavemakers on two sides, a moving floor and a 2-axis towing carriage.
The tank also has a 38m deep pit in the middle with a moving platform with integrated turntable.
This cutting edge facility will be the most complex wave test tank in the world.
It will be used for testing the next generation of tension leg oil platforms as well as renewable and ships.
Edinburgh Designs Engineers have been on site to witness the concrete work at the brand new Deep Ocean Basin at the National University of Singapore.
Piling is finished and the pit is currently being dug and the floor slabs are being pored.
Edinburgh Designs are extremely pleased to announce that we will be installing a wave machine into a user built tank at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad and Tobago.
The tank has been built locally with a little advice from our staff and will be fitted with a a 750mm piston wave machine.
Edinburgh Designs will be building a bespoke current and wave tank for the Stony Brook University.
The tank will feature our first production Wet Back Piston Wavemaker. The machine will 1.5 x 1.5m and is designed to operate in depths up to 1m.
The tank will have glass sides to allow observation of experiments and stainless steel base trays.
Edinburgh Designs are extremely proud to unveil our new tank at the National Museum of Scotland.
This tank will showcase our technology to thousands of people per week and hopefully inspire the engineers of the future.
The tank is featured in the BBC’s coverage of the 10 new exhibitions.
We have installed seven paddles into a highly specialized flood certification facility for Aquobex Ltd.
The facility will be British Standards Institution certified and will be used for flood doors and other defenses.
The BSI test requires 30 minutes of constant waves. This tank does not have any beach so reflections are extremely high!
Because of Edinburgh Designs unique force feedback technology, the tank stays stable indefinitely.
Without our technology, this tank would not have been possible.
Edinburgh Designs offer an upgrade service that brings older machines up to our current state of the art software.
We recently visited the Ifremer Wave Current Circulation tank to upgrade the software and inspect the wavemaker.
Our software is constantly evolving to include new features, general improvements and support new operating systems.
One particularly notable feature is the brand new Analysis package. This tool provides an intuitive graphical tools for analysing experiments.
Edinburgh Designs have just started construction of a brand new wave exhibition for the National Museum of Scotland.
The tank will have two flap paddles at each end and has been designed to create mesmerizing wave effects.
It will feature the largest pieces of glass that Edinburgh Designs have ever used with dimensions of 4 x 1m.
The all new Energy Laboratory will be unveiled on the 8th of July 2016.