Welcome to SFINCS’s documentation!¶
‘SFINCS’ is the reduced-complexity model designed for super-fast modelling of compound flooding events in a dynamic way!
This online documentation describes the input files and parameters of the SFINCS model (Super-Fast INundation of CoastS). The documentation is however still under construction, mail ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ for questions that are not answered yet by this documentation. Also let us know when you are not yet a user of SFINCS, but are interested to get started! The SFINCS executable is not yet shared open source, but will be in the future, and maybe in the meantime a collaboration is possible.
- For an introduction of the model see the journal publication: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.coastaleng.2020.103796
- For a second application in tsunami modelling see the journal publication: https://doi.org/10.3390/jmse9050453
- More information regarding recent advancements with subgrid features can be seen in this online poster: https://agu2020fallmeeting-agu.ipostersessions.com/Default.aspx?s=9C-05-18-CF-F1-2B-17-F0-7A-21-93-E6-13-AE-F3-24
- More information regarding recent comparisons using SFINCS to model waves can be seen in this online poster: https://agu2020fallmeeting-agu.ipostersessions.com/?s=30-38-5A-0C-8E-22-C8-84-CC-46-3C-95-18-80-C2-76&token=5r05NKrASrFrnkybTgXa4Y_XvgfV233Dazers0d2Zzo
Overview input parameters and files
Overview model output and messages
SFINCS is developed at Deltares and initiated by Maarten van Ormondt. This documentation is developed and maintained by Tim Leijnse and Roel de Goede.