Coastal Science & Engineering Applications
The ChannelForm model can be used to generate idealised 3-D models of estuaries and river valleys in order to study marine transgression in response to sea level rise. The ChannelForm model uses the ModelUI user interface, which can be downloaded here. The ChannelForm model will be available for download in the New Year (2021). If […]
ASMITA OO v1.5
A new version of ASMITA is now available. This includes a number of bug fixes and the following updates: Added inlet model to allow more complex ebb-flood delta configurations to be modelled; Added option to define element specific equilibrium using tidal range rather than tidal prism; Updated Unit Testing code.
CoastalTools v1.9 released
New version of CoastalTools (version 1.9) now available. This includes the following updates: Added alternative wave breaking models. Modified handling of waves that are away from the shoreline when computing inshore waves. User Model modified to allow user to call models as external functions. Added check that date strings are valid. Added data clean-up tools […]
ModelUI v1.1 – minor updates
v1.1, Issued June 2018: Minor corrections to improve cross-platform compatibility. Fixed bugs when setting data ranges in Data GUIs and selecting data from a pop-up list. Improved plotting option selection for xyz data with no time. Scenario selection added to control of Plot tab.
CoastalTools v1.8 released
New version of CoastalTools (version 1.8) now available This includes some bug fix and minor change to the way beach volumes are calculated as detailed below: Added Simulation option to fit wave energy to observed shoreline positions and use the fit parameters to forecast shoreline position (requires the Matlab Global Optimisation Toolbox). Corrected bug in […]
Full release of ModelUI
Following completion of further testing, the first full version of ModelUI and supporting models has now been released. See ModelUI for further details and Downloads to get the software
The first version of ModelUI is now available for download.
ModelUI – a generic modelling framework to help those new to modelling get started
New version of CoastalTools (version 1.7) now available This includes some bug fix and minor change to the way beach volumes are calculated as detailed below: Version Date Changes 1.7 Oct 2017 Minor correction to littoral drift calculation. Now uses Hsi for CERC, Sands and Kamphuis formulae and Hrms for Damgaard and Soulsby method. Added […]