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Hydroinformatics Modeling System

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The Hydroinformatics Modeling System (hms) is a Java-based modeling framework developed by the Chair of Water Resources Management and Modeling of Hydrosystems, Technische Universität Berlin, since 2004.
Email list: hms@wahyd.tu-berlin.de [2]
To join the email list send an empty email to:
wahyd-hms-join@lists.tu-berlin.de [3]

Table of Content

  • Software architecture
  • Test cases
  • Tutorial
  • Paper Journal of Hydroinformatics
  • Doctoral thesis

Software architecture

Lupe [4]

hms is an object-oriented scientific prototyping framework with a flexible and extendible component-based design. Information is stored in layers, whereby each layer represents a different physical process or geospatial data.

The numerics of hms are based on a cell-centered finite volume method. A robust high-order HLLC Riemann solver based scheme is used to solve the governing physical equations (Hou et al. 2013 [5]), whereby the main focus is on the depth-averaged shallow water flow and transport (dissolved components, sediments) equations.

Test cases

One-dimensional dam break
Lupe [6]
Lupe [7]
Flooding of an idealized urban catchment
Lupe [8]
Malpasset dam break
Lupe [9]
Spreading of a tracer in river Spree, Berlin
Lupe [10]
Rainfall runoff simulation in alpine catchment
Lupe [11]
Flash floods in El Gouna, Egypt
Lupe [12]

Tutorial [13]

Paper Journal of Hydroinformatics

Simons, Franz and Busse, Tobias and Hou, Jingming and Özgen, Ilhan and Hinkelmann, Reinhard (2013). A model for overland flow and associated processes within the Hydroinformatics Modelling System [14]. Journal of Hydroinformatics, 375-391.

Link zur Publikation [15]

Doctoral thesis

[16]Focus on numerical components:

Dr.-Ing. Franz Simons: A robust high-resolution hydrodynamic numerical model for surface water flow and transport processes within a flexible software framework [17]

Focus on software-technical components:

Dr.-Ing. Tobias Busse: HMS - A Component-Based Hydroinformatics Modelling System for Flexible Model Coupling and Integration [18]

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