Delft3D FM Suite 1D2D offers one modelling environment for the simulation of storm surges, hurricanes, tsunamis, coastal, river and urban floods with detailed local flows and water levels, including catchment hydrology, urban rainfall-runoff, water quality and ecology, and is capable of handling the interactions between these processes. It allows for combinations of flow in closed conduits (1D), such as sewer pipes and metro networks, and open water systems, as well as a variety of real time hydraulic structure control, taking into account hydraulic, hydrological and environmental processes.
On 3 and 5 March 2020, the Delft3D FM Suite 1D2D development team organized demo-sessions to present their progress for the Top Consortium for Knowledge and Innovation (TKI) project partners. The main functional developments demonstrated were:
- SOBEK 2 model importer implementation for 1D rural models
- GWSW-importer for Dutch sewer models
- Implementation of the Dutch ‘NWRW’ Rainfall Runoff concept
- 1D2D coupling for rural and/or urban models
- Grid refinement
- Side view functionality for 1D rural models
- Visualization of Map file results in the Delft3D FM Suite 1D2D Graphical User Interface (GUI), both spatial and timeseries
As such, the complete set up of a combined 1D-2D urban-rural model was demonstrated in March.
On Thursday 1 October 2020, the follow-up meeting "Delft3D FM Suite 1D2D: e-seminar" will take place. We will address the following topics:
- Overview of developments, process report and next steps (SOBEK End-of-Life, ...)
- Current status Delft3D FM Suite 1D2D (0.9.6 Beta) for both computational core and Graphical User Interface (GUI)
- Delft3D FM Suite 1D2D in practice; focus on the applications
- Lumbricus project link: groundwater-surface water interaction
- Three new TKI project initiatives
- E-drink (Bring-Your-Own)
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