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Delft3D 4 - Open Source Community

This webportal facilitates the Delft3D 4 - Open Source Community (29.000+ members) and enables the community to share knowledge (8.500+ Delft3D publications), to brainstorm on new features and build working relationships (5.900+ joined the Delft3D LinkedIn group). Delft3D is Open Source Software and facilitates the hydrodynamic (Delft3D-FLOW module), morphodynamic (Delft3D-MOR module), waves (Delft3D-WAVE module), water quality (Delft3D-WAQ module including the DELWAQ kernel) and particle (Delft3D-PART module) modelling. On this portal you can download the source code of Delft3D 4 Suite or ask your question about the software or the related modules (don't forget to register for downloading the source code and participating in the forum).  Additionally, we like to draw your attention to the latest news and events, FAQ, webinars and screencasts.

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Why the water level keeps growing for ten years

I have done a hydrodynamic simulation for a lake for 10 years. The result is very strange : the water level keeps growing for ten years, from 10m to 160m. In general , the water level is ...

zhang ling | 17 September 2021 | 16 Views

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HD

RE: Grid resolution vs deep basin modeling

Chemical plumes in the free troposphere can preserve their identity for more than a week as they are transported on intercontinental scales. Current global models cannot reproduce this transport. 

Homenicks Darius | 17 September 2021 | 15 Views

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MD

RE: wind File

Hello, I have three stations with observed wind data for the bay that I'm trying to model. Is it possible to use all three in the wind file to simulate space varying wind? Looking forward to your...

Melvin Raymund Dangin | 17 September 2021 | 6 Views

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