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TOPIC: FluidEarth for OpenMI 2.0

FluidEarth for OpenMI 2.0 6 years 8 months ago #77

HR Wallingford has now released FluidEarth 2.2. It is the follow on to FluidEarth 2.0 and contains a number of new utilities. These include a Spatial Viewer and Component Builder for easier construction of OpenMI2 components in languages such as FORTRAN. The software is free and Open Source and available from sourceforge.net/projects/fluidearth/ under the green download button. The FluidEarth portal is available at fluidearth.net/default.aspx.
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FluidEarth for OpenMI 2.0 6 years 8 months ago #78

Hi Quillon,

Thank you for the heads up! I took a quick peek at the FluidEarth and its background, and thought the "OpenMI - Why should I use it" and the (unfortunately timely in light of the recent events) Abingdon case study were good starting points in terms of motivation.

So if I understood correctly, FluidEarth makes it much easier to let different models interact on much more fine-grained level than would be possible using workflows based on using output files of "first batch" of simulations as inputs the the second, third etc?

I also thought it was worth noting that the license used is from the "free end" of Open Source (BSD)!
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