The aim of the project is to obtain a model that allows us to predict the movement of fire or any particles that use the wind to his movements, from estimating paths through models of computational fluid dynamics.
There have been various activities to improve prediction systems Wind trajectories both in predicting fires and their evolution. Behind them, we have chosen the most appropriate systems and proven their usefulness in the field:
– Simulation racing wildfire through quadtree algorithms;
– Generation of spotting forest fires as a result of the emission of ashes;
– Characterizing most likely flight paths of soaring birds and identification of areas of high risk or incidence of impacts on wind farms.
It includes access to external systems for loading type situations and weather conditions predicted in the short and medium term to facilitate the management and planning in terms of future actions.
This solution represents a significant advance in relevant aspects regarding the modeling of field focused on the simulation of forest fires winds, always bearing in mind its operational implementation in cases of very specific use.
The project was conducted in collaboration with Meteogrid-ADAI