Posted on August 20, 2018
Hydronumerics is pleased to announce the latest release of AEM3D. The most notable change is the inclusion of the latest NetCDF version which should allow for output files greater than 2GB on all operating systems. Other changes include:
- Better mass conservation in water quality component;
- Ice module bug fixes;
- The ability to update extinction coefficients using update boundary condition files;
- The introduction of interior source and sink flow boundary conditions; and
- Other small bug fixes.
If your licence was purchased longer than 12 months ago you will need to purchase a new licence key to run this version.
Posted on March 22, 2017
As part of the Integrated River Basin Management Project and the State of the Basin Ayeyarwady (SOBA) in Myanmar Hydronumerics has teamed with ALS and Alluvium to carry out a Hydrological data audit and capacity building project funded by the Australian Water Partnership. As part of the project HydroHub was used to create a database of all the available timeseries data for the Ayeyarwady river. Chris Dallimore is currently in Yangon running a training workshop for staff from the Project Management Unit and Hydroinfomatics Centre on the setup and use of the system.
Posted on May 07, 2016
Ozwater '16 kicks off in Melbourne on Tuesday 10 May, Hydronumerics' staff will be attending across the three days. On Wednesday 11 May, Chris O'Neill is presenting Technical and Financial Framework for Assessing the Water Quality Improvement Options for Lake Tuggeranong, ACT from 4 pm in Stream 5. Peter Yeates is co-author of The use of Rhodamine WT in a Drinking Water Reservoir to Validate a 3D Hydrodynamic Model, presented by Dr Kathy Cinque from Melbourne Water on Tuesday 10th at 4 pm. To find out more about our innovative products or services while at OzWater, email [email protected]; to organise a meeting with one of the team.