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Coupled fire-atmosphere modelling – final project report

Source(s):  Australia - government
Bushfire and Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre (BNHCRC)

This project aims to improve understanding of fire and atmosphere interactions and feedback processes through running the coupled fire-atmosphere model ACCESS-Fire. Project deliverables include: preparation of meteorological and simulation case studies of significant fire events as publications; installation and testing of the ACCESS-Fire coupled model on the National Computing Infrastructure (NCI); and preparation of training material to support operational implementation of research findings.

The project has demonstrably achieved the objective of building and sharing national capability in fire research and has provided fire and meteorology expertise during high impact events in support of end-users inside their operational centers.  That outcome is not a specific project deliverable and is to some degree intangible, so not as easily measured as outcomes such as publications.  However, it successfully realises the CRC objective of building collaborations and trusted partnerships and strengthening national capability. The operational support capability is recognised and valued across fire and land management agencies and in the Bureau.

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  • Coupled fire-atmosphere modelling – final project report
  • Publication date 2021
  • Author(s) Peace, M.; Kepert, J.; Ye, H. et al.
  • Number of pages 40 p.

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