Numerical simulation

We use commercial and our own software developed for numerical simulations.

Commercial software

3D modeling

2D modeling

1D modeling:

In addition, we use the following software for our activity:

Software developed by us

Software for evaluating the flow of groundwater with free water level in the zone at the boundary of the saturated and unsaturated layers and for determining seepage areas.

HPV-1D

HPV-1D enables 1D calculations of the flow of groundwater with free and confined water levels through isotropic and anisotropic media composed of more materials.

HPV-2D

HPV-2D enables 2D calculations of the flow of groundwater with free and confined water levels in horizontal and vertical planes through isotropic and anisotropic media composed of more materials.

KMH

Software for calculating control limit levels at water-retaining structures as part of the evaluation of their reliability and stability.

NATRZ

This program is created for use in solving failures of embankment dams due to overtopping.

NEST

The program for calculating 1D steady-state non-uniform flow in open channels.

PV_OPTIM

This software is made for optimising the half-band width of the matrix for groundwater programs.

VSAK 1.0

The software VSAK 1.0 contains modules for evaluating the coefficient of seepage, hydraulic conductivity, the coefficient of uncertainties in seepage and the design of the retention water capacity of infiltration facilities.

Vyvar

The program solves the design of the stilling basin below a water structure. The calculation itself lies in the determination of depths of water in the supply channel and in the tail race and the energy overflow head. Then, mutual depths are determined, as well as the position of the hydraulic jump in relation to the structure. Subsequently, the calculation of the dimension of the stilling pool is finished, i.e. its recess and its length.

ZScan

The user program of the Z-meter device.

Ztraty

The extension of the ArcGIS software created in the Visual Basic language serves for estimates of the potential loss of human life during flood events.