Predicting the movement of unexploded ordnance

HR Wallingford has been testing a 1:1 scale model WWII bomb at its Fast Flow Facility

The presence of unexploded ordnance (UXO) in the sea can present an obvious hazard during the construction of offshore grid connections and the laying of offshore wind cables.

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