This video gives a demonstration on how to define dynamic time sequences. As a demonstration, a few simple files are loaded in to vary rainfall and evaporation over time, as well as the height of a breach and the configuration of a hydraulic structure.
Project to follow along: Demo Breach
2:37 How can I import my own weather data?
4:03 How is a time sequence structured?
5:38 How can I use a sequence of varying rainfall over time?
7:21 How can I use a sequence of varying evaporation over time?
9:58 How can I have the height of a breach vary over time?
12:14 How is a time sequence structured?
18:06 How can I have the configuration of my hydraulic structure vary over time?
19:27 How is a time sequence structured?
- General information on how time sequences are structures: https://support.tygron.com/wiki/Time_sequence_(Water_Overlay)
- Available hydrological features (select any for information on their attributes): https://support.tygron.com/wiki/Hydrological_features_(Water_Overlay)
- Available hydraulic structures (select any for information on their attributes): https://support.tygron.com/wiki/Hydraulic_structures_(Water_Overlay)
- How rain is modelled: https://support.tygron.com/wiki/Rain_model_(Water_Overlay)
- How evaporation is modelled: https://support.tygron.com/wiki/Evaporation_model_(Water_Overlay)
- Attribute arrays, the underlying datastructure for time sequences: https://support.tygron.com/wiki/Attribute_array