Virtual models optimise HS2 safety

By Leila Steed18 February 2021

The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) in the UK has announced it is working on a range of digital engineering projects to improve safety and efficiency on the country’s HS2 railway.

Focused on the design and performance of the new high-speed railway, CFMS has created virtual models to predict reservoir breach scenarios.

The digital models are being used to verify earthworks plans for HS2, in order to optimise flood prevention.

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