Apply industry standard or user defined hydrological methods
Having flexibility in the approach to undertaking hydrological analysis enables you to make best use of the data you have access to and have confidence in your modelling results. Use industry standard hydrological methods or define your own.
Flexibility to use industry standard or user defined hydrological methods
Industry standard methods built into the software (including SCS Curve Number, Green-Ampt and ReFH2)
The generic rainfall-runoff boundary allows users to select the most appropriate hydrological method for their specific region
Quickly find the storm duration which gives a maximum level or discharge at a given location
Specify any combination of rainfall, evaporation or infiltration data
Use the simulation builder and a variety of other tools to streamline model set up
A wide-range of tools are available and designed to streamline model calibration
Flood Modeller includes a wide range of hydrological models, methods and tools which can be applied to your 1D and 2D models to provide the appropriate level of detail needed. Use your own or third-party hydrological analysis methods and specify any combination of rainfall, evaporation or infiltration data. Alternatively use one of a range of generic and country specific methods already integrated within Flood Modeller including the SCS rainfall runoff method, the Green-Ampt loss model and the ReFH2 method.
The extensive toolkit within Flood Modeller streamlines the model building process and helps you quickly calibrate and understand the performance of your model. Use the optimise storm duration tool to find the storm duration which gives a maximum level or discharge at a given location. Use event files, which links boundaries to your models, and the simulation builder to quickly and easily set up and run your models for different scenarios, return periods or epochs.
"We chose to model the Afon Cefni in 1D using Flood Modeller due to its widespread adoption throughout the UK and robust implementation of the governing equations for flow, all within a user-friendly working environment along with integration with the latest hydrological techniques for design hydrology."
Brett Park | Wallingford HydroSolutions