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NUMERICAL MODELLING FACILITY

NCSCM has high quality numerical modelling lab facilities such High Performance Computing (HPC) Cluster and advanced numerical modelling software’s such as MIKE21 which contains various numerical modules such HD, SW, BW, ST, Transport, MT, Particle Tracking, LITPACK and Eco Lab, Advance Circulation (ADCIRC) model, Gencade, and Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model. NCSCM has carried out various numerical modelling studies such as coastal circulation features, nearshore wave dynamics, sediment transport, shore evolution, design of conceptual shore protection measures to control erosion, nutrient dynamics in estuarine systems, waste load allocation along the coastal waters under ICZMP project. The list of available numerical modelling software’s in the NCSCM lab as mentioned below

1. Advanced Circulation Model (SMS-ADCIRC)
2. GenCADE Software for shoreline evolution
3. MIKE 21 FM
4. MIKE 21 Spectral Wave
5. MIKE 21/3
6. MIKE 21 Boussinesq Waves
7. MIKE 21/3 Oil Spill
8. MIKE 21/3 Particle Tracking
9. MIKE 21/3 Sand Transport
10. MIKE 21/3 Mud Transport
11. MIKE 21 Shoreline Morphology
12. MIKE 21 Spectral Waves
13. MIKE ECO Lab
14. LITPACK
15. Weather Research and Forecasting Model (WRF)
16. Princeton Ocean Model (POM)
17. GNOME (General NOAA Operational Modelling Environment)
18. SEDTRANS model

THEMATIC AREAS

  • Coastal Modelling
  • Numerical Modelling

CONTACT INFORMATION

Technical Manager

Dr. Subbareddy Bonthu

Email: subbareddy@ncscm.org

INSTRUMENTS

MIKE21 – FM

Version: MIKE 2019

To predict flow pattern and water level elevation in the coastal waters, bays and estuarine environments

MIKE21 – SW

Version: MIKE 2019

To understand the wave energy spectrum and nearshore wave dynamics

MIKE21 – ST and MT

Version: MIKE 2019

To understand the cohesive and non-cohesive sediment transport along the coastal and estuarine environment.

LITPACK

Version: LITPACK 2019

To predict the shore evolution and to evaluate the effect of existing and proposed measures on the shore

ECO LAB

Version: ECOLAB 2019

To understand the nutrient dynamics and to predict the waste load allocation from the discharge locations

ADCIRC

Version: 13-0, 2019

To study creek and channel dynamics and to predict storm surge along the coast during extreme weather events

GENCADE

Version: 13-0, 2019

To predict the evolution of shoreline under the dynamic conditions of wave and current

Weather Research and Forecasting Model

Version: 3.8, 2016

To predict the weather system and to forecast the cyclonic events. It is highly useful to derive the weather parameters for numerical ocean models

POM

The Princeton Ocean Model (POM) is a community general numerical model for ocean circulation that can be used to simulate and predict currents, temperatures, salinities and other water properties.

GNOME

It uses to predict the possible route, or trajectory , a pollutant might follow in or on a body of water, such as in an oil spill.

SEDTRANS

It uses to simulates erosion and sedimentation rates under either steady currents or the combined and time – dependent influence of waves and currents.

MIKE21/3

It uses to design data assessment for coastal and offshore structure, optimization of port layout and coastal protection measures, cooling water, desalination and recirculation analysis, environmental impact assessment of marine infrastructures, water forecast for safe marine operations and navigation, coastal flooding and storm surge warnings,

MIKE 21 Boussinesq Waves

It uses to Standard port agitation simulations in shallow water and Addressing wave concerns in larger areas.

MIKE21-Oil Spill

It uses to  modelling the fate of oil discharged or accidentally spilled in lakes, estuaries and coastal areas or to the open ocean.

MIKE21-Particle Tracking

It uses to modelling of the transport and determine the fate of dissolved, suspended and substances discharge in lakes, estuaries and coastal areas or at the open sea.

MIKE21- Shoreline Morphology

It uses important effects from structures on coastal morphology. These process include wave sheltering, reflection and diffraction, as well as large-scale flow circulation and gradual down drift recovery of the littoral drift.