Hype Model documentation
HYPE is an open source dynamic integrated rainfall-runoff and nutrient transfer model developed and maintained by the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI).
HYPE is short for HYdrological Predictions for the Environment and we have a wiki that provides documentation for the HYPE Model.
On our wiki page you can find documentation that cover the following topics and more:
- Hype Model Description: Processes above the ground, land routines, rivers and lakes, nitrogen and phosphorus in land routines, nitrogen and phosphorus in rivers and lakes, water management, deep processes, organic carbon, tracers.
- HYPE File reference: files for model set up, observation data, output, calibration and water balances
- Hype Tutorials: quick guide, HYPE set-up tutorials, updating with observation and more.
The HYPE Model source code is open source and can be downloaded on the sourceforge website.
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- Introduction to HYPE model provides an overview on installation and basic functions.
- HYPE model description shows the hydrological process description in the code.
- Code Overview of HYPE and HYSS explains main module structure and variable flow.
- Coding Principles specifies how to comment when adding to the model code.
- HYPE file reference explains the file composition and variables/parameters used.
- Documentation of the code leads to Doxygen pages.
- See our results by exploring our water services applications.