The HYPE model an introduction
An introduction to the history of the HYPE model and the different functions presented by Lic. Göran Lindström, Hydrological Research, SMHI, Sweden. This lecture was given as part of the Open HYPE course, held annually at SMHI in Sweden.
Quick Guide on using HYPE
After reading this tutorial you should be able to download and run a demo model of HYPE. The HYPE model is available for download at sourceforge. You download the source code or precompiled executables and demos of small model applications. Included in download are a ReadMe-file with instructions for compiling the source files (ifort and gfortran compilers have been tested) to get an executable for your system.
Other general HYPE tutorials
- Setting up a HYPE model domain – a beginner’s tutorial
- How to run HYPE
- Updating with observations and more
Specific functions in HYPE
These tutorials provide more detailed information on specific functions in HYPE.
How to build your own model
The HYdrological Simulation System (HYSS) that is used for HYPE is a framework that can be used to simulate other models. HYSS handles calibration, simulation, input data and writing results to files. The model handles the hydrological processes and calculates what happens during one time step. If you want to build your own model in the HYSS framework you only need to program the core of the model and couple it to the framework.
Starting a new model or digging into the HYPE-code can be daunting. We provide a simple hydrological model set in the HYSS framework as a template to facilitate this task. The simple model code is explained in detail in the code files and has only basic features. The template model is found on sourceforge (HYSS template model).
The HYPE Model – Automatic Calibration
Introduction to automatic calibration in the HYPE model presented by Dr. Jafet Andersson, Hydrological Research, SMHI, Sweden. This lecture was given as part of the Open HYPE course, held annually at SMHI in Sweden.