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MatlabExamples.zip

David R. Fuhrman
Matlab examples demonstrating analysis of turbulent velocity signals, described in Chapter 4 of:
Sumer, B.M. and Fuhrman, D.R. (2020) Turbulence in Coastal and Civil Engineering. World Scientific. DOI: 10.1142/10829

Campaign Planning Tool results for three sites in complex terrain

Nikola Vasiljevic, Andreas Bechmann, Andrea Vignaroli & Rozenn Wagner
This data collection contains designs for three dual-Doppler measurement campaigns in complex terrain.The designs are outputs of the Campaign Planning Tool (CPT). CPT was made to simplify the measurement campaign design process for multi-lidar systems.
The data collection contains three datasets, each corresponding to one individual complex terrain site.These three sites are denoted as:(1) Scottish site(2) Italian site(3) Turkish site

Dual-Doppler measurement campaign design for complex terrain site in Scotland

Nikola Vasiljevic & Andreas Bechmann
The Campaign Planning Tool (CPT) was used to design a dual-Doppler (two long-range WindScanners) measurement campaign for a complex site in Scotland.
The CPT calculates optimized measurement point positions, WindScanner positions and scanning trajectory. These CPT outputs are provided as a GIS data (for viewing in Google Earth) and as a XLSX file (for viewing in Excel).
Consult Read-me.txt for details on how to use the derived results.

Supporting data - The effect of gelation on statically and dynamically freeze-cast structures

Cathrine Deichmann Christiansen, Rasmus Bjørk, Kaspar Kirstein Nielsen & Rajendra K. Bordia
SEM images obtained of freeze-cast samples.

Dual-Doppler measurement campaign design for complex terrain site in Italy

Nikola Vasiljevic & Andreas Bechmann
The Campaign Planning Tool (CPT) was used to design a dual-Doppler (two long-range WindScanners) measurement campaign for a complex site in Italy.
The CPT calculates optimized measurement point positions, WindScanner positions and scanning trajectory. These CPT outputs are provided as a GIS data (for viewing in Google Earth) and as a XLSX file (for viewing in Excel).
Consult Read-me.txt for details on how to use the derived results.

Exercise3.mat

David R. Fuhrman & B. Mutlu Sumer
Velocity measurements in turbulent air jet flow. For full description, see Section 10.6 (Exercise 3: Statistical, correlation, and spectral analysis of turbulent air jet flow) in:
Sumer, B.M. and Fuhrman, D.R. (2020) Turbulence in Coastal and Civil Engineering. World Scientific. DOI: 10.1142/10829
The data is provided as a MAT-file, intended to be accessed in the Matlab environment.

ALEX17 Multi-lidar measurements: vizualizing flow patterns with 2D and 3D wind fields over complex terrain

Pedro Santos, Jakob Mann, Nikola Vasiljevic, Michael Courtney & Arezoo Zamanbin
The present dataset is part of the Alaiz Experiment-2017 (ALEX17) conducted close to Pamplona, Spain, from Nov/2017 to Jul/2019. The unique feature of this dataset is the scale (~20km^2) and complexity (>500m elevation change) of the topography covered by the measurements. This dataset consists of measurements of five long-range windscanner lidar systems, performing synchronized scanning trajectories that connects and follow both ridges in a 10km Z-shaped transect 125m a.g.l. where the 2D or 3D wind...

Microstructure and Fatigue Properties of Railway Steels for Switches and Crossings

Somrita Dhar

The Alaiz Experiment (ALEX17): wind field and turbulent fluxes in a large-scale and complex topography with synoptic forcing

Pedro Santos, Jakob Mann, Nikola Vasiljevic, Michael Courtney, Javier Sanz Rodrigo, Elena Cantero, Fernando Borbón, Daniel Martínez-Villagrasa, Belén Martí & Joan Cuxart
The Alaiz experiment (ALEX17) was performed at Alaiz, located in Navarre region (Spain), a site consisting of a mountain range of 1000m above sea level (a.s.l.). To the North, along the prevailing wind direction, measurement equipment are located at a valley 500m lower in altitude bounded by a 750 m asl. hill located 6 km north of Alaiz.
The experimental layout aims to provide a high-quality database to explore wind flow phenomena and derive validation datasets...

Urban pluvial flood risk assessment - data resolution and spatial scale when developing screening approaches on the micro scale - Computer code

Roland Löwe
This folder contains computer code applied for the analysis in the article
"Urban pluvial flood risk assessment - data resolution and spatial scale when developing screening approaches on the micro scale"

Computer code is made available under the GNU GPL v3. Please see the file License.txt.
DEM data are available from download.kortforsyningen.dk

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Folder 2D_Flood_Modelling contains
.\ScriptsModelPreparation
-A_RainToDFS_BaseData.py - creates a raster dfs2 file with rainfall input, applied for the baseline simulation with known imperviousness
-A_RainToDFS_Projections.py - creates a raster dfs2...

Urban pluvial flood risk assessment - data resolution and spatial scale when developing screening approaches on the micro scale - Computer code

Roland Löwe
This folder contains computer code applied for the analysis in the article
"Urban pluvial flood risk assessment - data resolution and spatial scale when developing screening approaches on the micro scale"

Computer code is made available under the GNU GPL v3. Please see the file License.txt.
DEM data are available from download.kortforsyningen.dk

##################
Folder 2D_Flood_Modelling contains
.\ScriptsModelPreparation
-A_RainToDFS_BaseData.py - creates a raster dfs2 file with rainfall input, applied for the baseline simulation with known imperviousness
-A_RainToDFS_Projections.py - creates a raster dfs2...

The Polar Cap North (PCN) index

World Data Center For Geomagnetism, Copenhagen
The Polar Cap (PC) index consists of the Polar Cap North (PCN) and the Polar Cap South (PCS) indices, which are derived from magnetic measurements taken at the geomagnetic observatories in Qaanaaq (THL, Greenland, +85o magnetic latitude) and Vostok (VOS, Antarctica, -83o magnetic latitude), respectively. These indices are used to estimate the intensity of anti-sunward plasma convection in the polar caps. This convection is associated with electric Hall currents and consequent magnetic field variations perpendicular...

Dual-Doppler measurement campaign design for complex terrain site in Italy

Nikola Vasiljevic & Andreas Bechmann
The Campaign Planning Tool (CPT) was used to design a dual-Doppler (two long-range WindScanners) measurement campaign for a complex site in Italy.
The CPT calculates optimized measurement point positions, WindScanner positions and scanning trajectory. These CPT outputs are provided as a GIS data (for viewing in Google Earth) and as a XLSX file (for viewing in Excel).
Consult Read-me.txt for details on how to use the derived results.

Dual-Doppler measurement campaign design for complex terrain site in Scotland

Nikola Vasiljevic & Andreas Bechmann
The Campaign Planning Tool (CPT) was used to design a dual-Doppler (two long-range WindScanners) measurement campaign for a complex site in Scotland.
The CPT calculates optimized measurement point positions, WindScanner positions and scanning trajectory. These CPT outputs are provided as a GIS data (for viewing in Google Earth) and as a XLSX file (for viewing in Excel).
Consult Read-me.txt for details on how to use the derived results.

Dual-Doppler measurement campaign design for complex terrain site in Turkey

Nikola Vasiljevic & Andreas Bechmann
The Campaign Planning Tool (CPT) was used to design a dual-Doppler (two long-range WindScanners) measurement campaign for a complex site in Turkey.
The CPT calculates optimized measurement point positions, WindScanner positions and scanning trajectory. These CPT outputs are provided as a GIS data (for viewing in Google Earth) and as a XLSX file (for viewing in Excel).
Consult Read-me.txt for details on how to use the derived results.

Dual-Doppler measurement campaign design for complex terrain site in Turkey

Nikola Vasiljevic & Andreas Bechmann
The Campaign Planning Tool (CPT) was used to design a dual-Doppler (two long-range WindScanners) measurement campaign for a complex site in Turkey.
The CPT calculates optimized measurement point positions, WindScanner positions and scanning trajectory. These CPT outputs are provided as a GIS data (for viewing in Google Earth) and as a XLSX file (for viewing in Excel).
Consult Read-me.txt for details on how to use the derived results.

Campaign Planning Tool results for three sites in complex terrain

Nikola Vasiljevic, Andreas Bechmann, Andrea Vignaroli & Rozenn Wagner
This data collection contains designs for three dual-Doppler measurement campaigns in complex terrain.The designs are outputs of the Campaign Planning Tool (CPT). CPT was made to simplify the measurement campaign design process for multi-lidar systems.
The data collection contains three datasets, each corresponding to one individual complex terrain site.These three sites are denoted as:(1) Scottish site(2) Italian site(3) Turkish site

Campaign Planning Tool results for three sites in complex terrain

Nikola Vasiljevic & Andreas Bechmann
This data collection contains designs for three dual-Doppler measurement campaigns in complex terrain.The designs are outputs of the Campaign Planning Tool (CPT). CPT was made to simplify the measurement campaign design process for multi-lidar systems.
The data collection contains three datasets, each corresponding to one individual complex terrain site.These three sites are denoted as:(1) Scottish site(2) Italian site(3) Turkish site

MatlabExamples.zip

David R. Fuhrman
Matlab examples demonstrating analysis of turbulent velocity signals, described in Chapter 4 of:
Sumer, B.M. and Fuhrman, D.R. (2020) Turbulence in Coastal and Civil Engineering. World Scientific. DOI: 10.1142/10829

Numerical models for assessing the performance of heat pumps with maldistribution effects in plate heat exchanger evaporators

Roberta Mancini, Benjamin Zühlsdorf & Brian Elmegaard
The work presents numerical models for design of heat pumps with pure and mixed working fluids including a detailed characterization of plate heat exchanger (PHE) evaporators and condensers. The models are suitable for assessing the impact of heat exchanger operation on the heat pump performance, as well as estimating the impact of liquid/vapour maldistribution and effect of end plates on both PHE evaporator and heat pump performances.
The models are implemented in MATLAB 2017b. Python and...

ALEX17 Navarre meteo stations dataset: long-term surface winds in Navarre, Spain

Elena Cantero
The present dataset is part of the Alaiz Experiment-2017 (ALEX17) which consists of 22 met stations from the meteorological network of Navarre (http://meteo.navarra.es/) .The dataset has 16 years of 10m wind measurements from 01/2002 to 12/2018. The experiment report shows the coordinates of all masts. The original data was post-processed and the quality-controlled 10min averages are available.

Book of Abstracts from Conference on Active and healthy Ageing 2019

Henning Boje Andersen & Humira Ehrari

Animations comparing surface wave simulations with standard and "stabilized" two-equation turbulence models

Bjarke Eltard-Larsen & David R. Fuhrman
This data set contains animations comparing the performance of standard and "stabilized" (as described in Larsen and Fuhrman, 2018) two-equation turbulence closures. Two animations are included, involving simulation of:
1. A simple wave train
2. Spilling breaking test of Ting and Kirby (1994)
Both tests utilize incident waves with: kH=0.207 and kh=0.664, where k is the wave number, H is the wave height, and h=0.4 m is the water depth. In the spilling breaking test the waves propagate...

ALEX17 Surface energy balance (SEB) station and WindRASS: surface energy budget along with wind and temperature profiles in the valley

Daniel Martínez-Villagrasa, Belén Martí & Joan Cuxart
The present dataset is part of the Alaiz Experiment-2017 (ALEX17) which contains measurements of a surface energy balance (SEB) station and the RASS-Sodar WindRASS from Scintec, both devices rented from the Catalan Meteorological Service. The instrumentation was in operation from April 2018 to January 2019 at the Zabalegui central site of the experiment, in the middle of the Elorz valley. The SEB station provides the four main terms of the surface energy budget, including turbulent...

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