The Reservoir System Simulation (HEC-ResSim) software developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Institute for Water Resources, Hydrologic Engineering Center is used to model reservoir operations at one or more reservoirs for a variety of operational goals and constraints.
The software simulates reservoir operations for flood management, low flow augmentation and water supply for planning studies, detailed reservoir regulation plan investigations, and real-time decision support. HEC-ResSim can represent both large and small scale reservoirs and reservoir systems through a network of elements (junctions, routing reaches, diversion, reservoirs) that the user builds. The software can simulate single events or a full period-or-record using available time-steps. HEC-ResSim is a decision support tool that meets the needs of modelers performing reservoir project studies as well as meeting the needs of reservoir regulators during real-time events.
* HEC-ResSim download link provides gnu general public license version of the software for 32 bit and 64-bit.
HEC-ResPRM is a reservoir system operations optimization software package developed to assist planners, operators, and managers with reservoir operation planning and decision-making.
The Hydrologic Modeling System (HEC-HMS) is designed to simulate the complete hydrologic processes of dendritic watershed systems.
HEC-RAS is designed to perform one-dimensional hydraulic calculations for a full network of natural and constructed channels.
Statistical Software Package (HEC-SSP) developed by the Hydrologic Engineering Center. This software allows you to perform statistical analyses of hydrologic data.
The Ecosystem Functions Model (HEC-EFM) is designed to help study teams determine ecosystem responses to changes in the flow regime of a river or connected wetland.
The Regime Prescription Tool (HEC-RPT) is designed to facilitate entry, viewing, and documentation of flow recommendations in real-time, public settings.
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