Scaling PCSWMM Models With Galileo and Containerization

Hypernet Labs Co-Founder and CTO Todd Chapman recently had the pleasure of presenting Galileo at the International Conference on Water Management Modeling, which took place virtually on Feb. 24 and 25, 2021. The conference, which showcased 32 presentations and over 80 presenters, provided an excellent venue for the release of the Galileo PCSWMM deployment pipeline.

By Jennifer Hudson, April 2 2021


Better Urban Flood Modeling with FLO-2D and Galileo

Hypernet Labs and FLO-2D are teaming up to make it easier and faster to model urban flooding using FLO-2D with Galileo. Many hydrologic and hydraulic engineers have already begun to use Galileo to speed up HEC-RAS flood models and run them in parallel. Galileo aims to be the universal platform for deploying hydrologic and hydraulic (H&H) models to remote machines, and the integration with FLO-2D is an important step in this direction.

By Jennifer Hudson, July 27 2020


What do HEC-RAS, Galileo, and Willamette Valley wines have in common?

As any good sommelier will tell you, the character of a wine depends on the grapes, which, in turn, depend on the soil. And what determines the character of the soil? In Oregon’s Willamette Valley, the answer is at least partially tied to a series of prehistoric flood events that occurred between 10 and 40 thousand

By Jennifer Hudson, December 17 2019


Report on September Hydrology & Hydraulics Conferences

Three cutting-edge applications for RAS widely discussed at the conferences are rain-on-grid modeling, ‘modern’ inundation mapping, and ‘modern’ dam breach analysis. Modern analysis should be understood as probabilistic analysis or, more generally, increasingly complex 2D models of the breach. Galileo is the perfect solution for these computationally intensive workloads, as well as othe

By Jennifer Hudson, July 27 2020


CHI Integrates Galileo with PCSWMM Software for Remote Deployment in One Click

Hypernet Labs and Computational Hydraulics International (CHI) collaborated to integrate Galileo’s remote deployment platform with water management software PCSWMM to make much needed scalable computing resources extremely easy to access for hydrology and hydraulics modeling.
While it’s clear that the complex modeling that PCSWMM is optimized to handle would greatly bene

By Jennifer Hudson, August 20 2020


Launch Your First HEC-RAS / Simulation Project on Galileo Software

Check out Product Manager John Drexler explaining how easy it is to launch your first HEC-RAS project–or other simulation or data analysis work–using Galileo software. As John says, the app allows you to take any project folder on your computer and run it remotely. Galileo works with HEC-RAS projects as well as python, R, Octave/Matlab, Julia, and more. A few more important points to watch for in the video

By Jennifer Hudson, January 2 2020


Testing the Limits: Optimal Hardware Setup for HEC-RAS

As the water resources community moves towards more widespread use of 2D and more complex modeling, access to optimal hardware becomes increasingly important. Partially inspired by a study carried out by the Army Corps of Engineers, the Galileo team decided to launch its own investigation to find the fastest setup for compute-intensive 2D HEC-RAS runs, especially focusing on the number of cores allocated to each run.

By Jennifer Hudson, November 1 2019

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