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Fact Sheet

WAM Batch Processing Program

 
         

 

Start Date:  May 2005

Projected
End Date:
 Sep 2007

 

POC:

POC

 


 

Problem Addressed:  

The Waterways Analysis model is currently the most procedurally developed lock simulation model used by the Corps. However, model use is difficult and time consuming due to the nature of WAM input development and description, model execution, and output structure.

 


 

Objective:

 

This effort seeks to streamline the way input is prepared, model runs are executed and managed, and output is accumulated and analyzed in the Waterways Analysis model (WAM).

 


 

Benefits:  

The work effort will lead to decreased time and resources needed to conduct lock capacity studies.

 


 

Status:

 

Completed

Beta version available August 2007

 


 

Contract Data:

120171, A1300; 130465, P3000

 

Progress:

WAMBPP Users Guide by WAMBPP Team, Aug 8,2007 ( 1.3 MB, pdf)

 

Products (Bookshelf/Toolbox):

 


 

Related Links:

 

 


 

Revised 23 Sep 2011

Source: Navigation Economic Technologies Program

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