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1 This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for Research, Technological Development and Demostration under Grant Agreement No This presentation reflects the views only of the authors, and the European Union cannot be considered liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein. RISC-KIT Deliverable D3.1 FEWS-Coastal infrastructure Simone De Kleermaeker and Lora Buckman 31 oktober 2014 Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

2 Deliverable D3.1 What is Delft-FEWS? Extensions for RISC-KIT Documentation FEWS-Coastal Introduction of FEWS-Coastal Find this presentation at: https://publicwiki.deltares.nl/display/RISCKITPUBLIC/Demo+instruction+movies Table of content Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

3 One objective of WP3 is to develop an impact- oriented Early Warning System (EWS) for hot spot areas consisting of a free-ware Coastal FEWS system (D3.1) based on Delft-FEWS as a platform to construct a model train to predict detailed spatially-varying hazard intensities. This deliverable will be used in WP5 in two ways: as an operational EWS tool which provides input for emergency decisions, and as an ex-ante scenario evaluation tool to evaluate the optimal mix of prevention, mitigation and preparedness measures. Deliverable D3.1 Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

4 What is Delft-FEWS? DataHydraulic ModelsForecasts & warnings Delft-FEWS is a configurable shell in which data im- and exports, modelling and pre- and post-processing of data are managed (“data centric workflow manager”) Many inland (fluvial) and coastal applications worldwide. Observations and Meteo input Wave, flow and morphological models Visualization, output to DSS Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

5 Components of a FEWS system Core program Generic functionality: Visualisation General data import module Identical for all FEWS systems Freeware, but closed-source (license agreement) Maintained by Deltares, formal release schedule FEWS Configuration (XML) Customize generic functionality for each study site (templates will be available) Data feed routine (e.g. GFS for the area of Portugal) Model adapter to couple models (e.g. a SELFE model of Ria Formosa) Define visualisation displays (e.g. wind field, water levels, wave heights) Maintained by system user FEWS Binaries (JAVA) Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

6 Modular toolbox Delft-FEWS provides a generic functionality (modules) which can easily be configured and organized for specific applications (processing data, running models, …). Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

7 Importing and editing data FEWS provides in-build support for many common data formats. From FEWS, data can also be quality checked, edited and modified in various ways Extension for RISC-KIT: Import routines for: CS3xTidalSurgeTime MetOfficeWW3 Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

8 Processing data FEWS provides a lot of in- build functionality to process data: interpolation, extrapolation, user defined, statistics, and much more Extension for RISC-KIT: Example configuration for FEWS- Coastal (see demo) Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

9 Model adapters FEWS has an open interface to models: No model intelligence in FEWS All model intelligence in model adapters Simulation Delft- FEWS model OutputInput Model Adapter Model adapter is specific for a modelling software Model runs outside FEWS and can be any software you want Extension for RISC-KIT: Model adapters for: WaveWatch3 Delft3D (improvement) SWAN (improvement) Selfe, by Gael (LIENSs) Telemac, by Saul (IMDC) Lisflood-FP, by Willem (WMO) Continuum, by Mirko (CIMA) April March Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

10 Interpreting and disseminating results To interpret and dissiminate results, FEWS has a client application (Operator Client), exports to a range of external files and databases and exports to web-sites and apps Extension for RISC-KIT: Example configuration for FEWS- Coastal (see demo) Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

11 FEWS-Coastal Example config 29-3 Sept/Oct 7-11 July Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

12 FEWS Coastal – Model train Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

13 FEWS Coastal – Run task Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

14 FEWS Coastal - Timeseries Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

15 FEWS Coastal - Map Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

16 FEWS Coastal - Waves Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

17 FEWS Coastal - Meteo Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

18 FEWS-Coastal - Hydrodynamics Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

19 FEWS Coastal - Morphologhy Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

20 La Faut Sur Mer - Selfe unstructured Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

21 Ria Formosa – D3D results Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014

22 https://publicwiki.deltares.nl/display/RISCKITPUBLIC/ RISC-KIT+Coastal+Documentation https://publicwiki.deltares.nl/display/RISCKIT/ Training https://publicwiki.deltares.nl/display/FEWSDOC/ Model+adapters FEWS-Coastal - Documentation Progress Meeting, Bologna, 5 November 2014


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