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DSD-INT 2020 Enabling Particle Tracking in Operational Forecasting

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Presentation by Kun Yan, Deltares, at the Delft-FEWS International User Days 2020, during Delft Software Days - Edition 2020. Thursday, 5 November 2020.

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DSD-INT 2020 Enabling Particle Tracking in Operational Forecasting

  1. 1. Kun Yan, Martin Verlaan, Bas Stengs, Tom Bogaard, Onno van den Akker, Bart Adriaanse FEWS International User Days 2020 05 November 2020 Enabling Particle Tracking in Operational Forecasting
  2. 2. Motivation • Applications − Oil spill − Search & rescue − Ocean cleaning − Water quality/Ecological • Particle Tracking has got potential • Question: − Can we make it an Operatioanl Forecasting Tool? 2 The container ship MSC Zoe lost more than 340 containers near the Wadden Islands January 2019. Flight MH370 debris tracking Oct 2014
  3. 3. Concept • Objective: A demo particle tracking application based on a partical tracking model and integrated in Delft-FEWS allowing interaction with users. • Needs relese information • User Interaction is the Key 3
  4. 4. Enabling User interaction 4 • Specifying Release information in Spatial Display • Location of release • Number of particles • Mass total • Radius • Time of release • and more… • Run forecast workflow • Pass numbers to a template file (.csv) • Export to particle tracking model • Adapters for format conversion Run workflow from Spatial Display
  5. 5. Enabling User Interaction – Method Two • Define Release Attributes as Modifier − Define release attributes − Apply the modifier − Export release (location) attributes − Run simulation • Define multiple releases 5
  6. 6. Test Case • Location: German Bight (North Sea) • Based on Surface currents of a 3D hydrodynamic model • Allow users to define release information • Visulization simulated particle tracks with measurements 6 Drifter tracking in German Bight by Martin Verlaan & Stijn Ruiter
  7. 7. Demo results 7
  8. 8. Questions and feedback www.deltares.nl Kun.Yan@deltares.nl @deltares @deltares linkedin.com/company/deltares facebook.com/deltaresNL

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