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  1. Validation data for manuscript "Novel statistical emulator construction for volcanic ash transport model Ash3d with physically-motivated measures"

    02 Sep 2020 | Contributor(s): Qingyuan Yang, E Bruce Pitman, Elaine Spiller, Marcus I Bursik, Andrea Bevilacqua

    This database presents the testing and validation data used and presented in the manuscript titled "Novel statistical emulator construction for volcanic ash transport model Ash3d with physically-motivated measures". The manuscript is submitted to the Proceedings of the Royal...

  2. Documentation for "Effect of particle entrainment on the runout of pyroclastic density currents"

    02 Aug 2016 | Contributor(s): Kristen Fauria, Michael Manga, Michael Chamberlain

    This is a repository for the data and script used in, "Effect of particle entrainment on the runout of pyroclastic density currents."Here you will find:1. A compilation of splash function experimental data from this study and data that was extracted from seven other studies:...

  3. Titan2D Hazard Map Emulator Workflow Tool

    24 Nov 2015 | *Tools | Contributor(s): Renette Jones-Ivey, bing zhang

    Titan2D Hazard Map Emulator Workflow Tool

  4. ASHEE

    14 Aug 2015 | Offline Tools | Contributor(s): Matteo Cerminara, Tomaso Esposti Ongaro

    A fluid-dynamic model is developed to numerically simulate the non-equilibrium dynamics of polydisperse gas-particle mixtures forming volcanic plumes. Starting from the three-dimensional N-phase Eulerian transport equations for a mixture of gases and solid particles, we adopt an asymptotic...

  5. Pyroclastic density currents and local topography as seen with the conveyer model

    15 Apr 2014 | Publications | Contributor(s): Domenico M. Doronzo

    Pyroclastic density currents (PDCs) are multiphase flows generated during explosive volcanic eruptions, and they move down the volcano, and over the surrounding topography. The flow-topography interaction can play a fundamental role in the sedimentary processes, and in the resulting deposit...

  6. Implementation of material maps into the Titan2D simulation tool

    29 Dec 2013 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Sylvain Charbonnier

    These powerpoint slides describe how to create and use a GIS-classified map with varying basal friction angles with the Titan2d simulation tool. Users can also refer to the Titan user manual for additional information.

  7. Purace Titan2d Ang Basal 14

    29 May 2013 | *Data Sets/Collections | Contributor(s): Paola Andrea Narvaez

    Simulación para el volcán Puracé del por medio de Titan2d, con un ángulo basal de valor de 14.

  8. VHAST

    04 Apr 2013 | Offline Tools | Contributor(s): Gabriel Andrés Bernal

    VHAST (Volcanic Hazard Analysis and Simulation Tool)is a probabilistic volcanic hazard assessment software. It has been developed in Visual Basic .NET and runs on Windows XP or later. VHAST supports hazard analysis of lava flows, pyroclastic flows and ash fall, using simplified models.The...

  9. PyBetVH

    28 Mar 2012 | *Tools | Contributor(s): Roberto Tonini, Laura Sandri, Jacopo Selva, Warner Marzocchi

    Compute long-term volcanic hazard using the Bayesian Event Tree for Volcanic Hazard (BET_VH) model

  10. Titan2D Viewer

    26 Jun 2011 | *Tools | Contributor(s): Jose Luis Palma

    A viewer of the simulation results saved by Titan2D

  11. Tutorial for using Titan2D on VHub

    25 Jun 2011 | Educational Materials | Contributor(s): Sylvain Charbonnier

    During this tutorial, we will go through a stock example and (1) learn how to enter the different input parameters for running a Titan2D simulation on Vhub, (2) run the simulation and (3) visualize the results using the freely available Paraview software.

  12. DEM converter for Titan2D

    15 Apr 2011 | *Tools | Contributor(s): Jose Luis Palma

    Convert a Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in ASCII format to a Titan2D readable format

  13. Mount St Helens 1980-6 Activity summary

    27 Apr 2011 | Educational Materials | Contributor(s): William I Rose

    This series of two lectures summarizes the sequence of events asssociated with the 1980-86 eruptions of Mount St Helens, Washington State, USA. It is intended as a refresher for students and researchers.Lipman, Peter W., and Mullineaux, Donal R. (eds.), 1981, The 1980 Eruptions of Mount St....

  14. Modeling volcanic eruptions: Practical experience from large-scale experiments

    29 Jan 2011 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Pierfrancesco Dellino

    This lecture is part of the Large-scale Experiments Workshop held in September, 2010.

  15. Titan2d user manual (spanish)

    28 Jan 2011 | Educational Materials | Contributor(s): Michael Sheridan

    This is a translation of the Titan2D user manual by Teresita del Pilar Argoty.

  16. TITAN2D References

    22 Jan 2011 | Educational Materials | Contributor(s): Sarah Elizabeth Ogburn

    Contains a list of references about TITAN2D, specifically a list of volcanoes and types of flows for which it has been used.

  17. TITAN2D User Guide, Release 2.0, 2007

    07 Jan 2011 | Educational Materials | Contributor(s): Abani Patra, E Bruce Pitman

    This is a user guide for TITAN2D, Mass Flow Simulation Tool, created by the Geophysical Mass Flow Group (GMFG), University at Buffalo. Although this user guide describes the use of Titan2D via a python-built graphical user interface (GUI) that runs on linux machines (release 2.0, July 2007), this...

  18. TITAN2D Tutorial

    04 Aug 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): E Bruce Pitman, Abani Patra

    This tutorial presents a derivation of the governing equations solved by TITAN2D, and the numerical method employed.

  19. Titan2D Mass-Flow Simulation Tool

    22 Mar 2010 | *Tools

    Simulate mass flows on realistic terrains using adaptive mesh refinement.

  20. Shawn's Contribution

    24 Feb 2010 | Miscellaneous | Contributor(s): Shawn Rice, Nicholas J. Kisseberth

    The contribution process is intended to be much like composing an e-mail: You'll start with writing the introduction and main content of your contribution and later attach files to it (video, PDFs, etc).The abstract is typically a one or two paragraph description of your contribution.