Real-time Model Services

Managers of water resources infrastructure such as dams, reservoirs, and locks often require instant feedback on impacts of various planned operational scenarios. Researchers and regulators also need predictive tools to better understand water bodies. Learn how the powerful capabilities of EFDC+ are used to simulate hydrodynamic systems in real-time and display them in a user-friendly web interface.

Lay Reservoir Real-time Thermal Model

A real-time 3D hydrothermal model was developed for Coosa River, AL, between Logan Martin Dam and Lay Dam using Linux-based EFDC+ with scenarios defined via a web portal.
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Lake Washington Real-time Model

The Lake Washington Real-time Hydrodynamic & Temperature Model is as an example of a real-time data and modeling facility to serve the scientific community in Seattle, Washington.
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Sydney Harbor Real-time Model

University of Sydney was supported in their development of a near real-time predictive tool for water conditions in Sydney Harbor in the SHO Project using Linux-based EFDC.
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