News from the 2013 AGM - Ongoing OpenMI activities
Post date: Apr 19, 2013 2:27:05 PM
At the AGM the roundtable overview of recent and ongoing OpenMI applications was presented. More details are expected to be submitted by the respective members.
BGS (British Geological Survey) (UK) :
- still working with HRW on Oxford composition (InfoWorks RS + ZOOMQ3D : surface water + groundwater) to examine how flooding occurs in the Oxford area
- Thames composition (3 models : 2 groundwater + 1 surface water) : initial composition nearly ready
- Matlab borehole model (radial-cartesian grid) made OpenMI compliant and linked to cartesian groundwatermodel such as ZOOM3D
- waiting on the outcome of a Belmont Forum proposal which involves transcontinental cooperation.
Innovyze (UK) :
- continue collaboration with HRW on FluidEarth2 development
- move InfoWorks CS and RS to OpenMI 2.0
HR Wallingford (UK) :
- Development of FluidEarth2
- OpenMI 2.0 composition Beachplan (composition of different coastal and surface water sediment transport and morphologic models); publication for IAHR congress envisaged.
- submitted paper (originating from ModelFusion Conference) for Geological Society Publishing House
- development of dedicated GUI (Pyxis) for existing models to make them more accessible for integrated modelling. Pipistrelle can be used as a plug-in to Pyxis.
- FP7 iWidget project (scenario-modelling) has been running for about 6 months. Optimisation of domestic watersupply.
- DRIHM has been running for about 18 months. 1D flow model Mascaret is being wrapped and envisaged to be linked with hydrologic and flood models.
- Development of strategy for integrated modelling
- PURE experimental zone : integrated catastrophe modelling
- DeltaShell Framework is being made compliant to both OpenMI 1.4 and 2.0
- Links between OpenMI and OpenDA (Java based Open Data Assimilation) are strengthening
- ongoing developments on OpenStreams : small components for hydrological modelling
- Interactive modelling using OpenMI (involving scenario and uncertainty analysis) presented on EGU
- Added 2.0 components to already migrated components (Mike She, Mouse, Mike11 and Mike21 as research version).
- FEFlow (groundwatermodel) made compliant
- Proof of concept for linking Linux model with a Windows model (with no or minimal changes to the respective source codes)
- OpenDA/OpenMI coupling (together with Deltares) focussing on MikeShe.
- Linking Danish meteorological model (Linux based, HPC) with MikeShe : ongoing.
- Linking MikeShe and FEFlow (full 3D coupling using the new OpenMI 2.0 adapters)
- Assistance with various smaller projects at partner organisations (universities, ...)
- Development for Aquafin by Danish consultant J. Gudbjerg of OpenMI based interface for Matlab Simulink Toolbox.
Cracow University of Technology / NT (PL)
- initial ideas for Python implementation of OpenMI for open source (non Windows based) GIS Implementations