Regional Workflow for Hazard And Loss Estimation (rWHALE)(Latest Version 1.1.0)

The extensible Application Framework presents an opportunity for community development to enhance simulation capabilities and tackle complex scientific questions in natural hazards research. Parties interested in expanding workflow capabilities should contact NHERI-SimCenter@berkeley.edu or join the Slack discussions linked below.

 

Regional Earthquake Workflow

The Regional Earthquake Workflow is for creating Scientific Workflow Applications to study the effects of earthquakes on society at the regional scale. Two instances demonstrate this framework and utilize either HPC resources at DesignSafe-CI for large-scale simulations or local computational resources for testing, development, and smaller-scale simulations. The workflow applications are seeded with ground motion tools to show extensibility and provide resources that inspire research activities. 

A testbed example provides a demonstration of the Regional Earthquake Workflow. This uses the results of a simulated magnitude 7.0 earthquake on the Hayward fault to estimate downtime & loss for every building in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Relevant Webinars:

Watch: "Running Large-Scale Regional Hazard and Loss Simulations"
February 25, 2019 - Wael Elhaddad

Watch: "Application Framework for Regional Earthquake Loss Estimation"
September 26, 2018


Links:

Source code in Github

Slack discussion

DOI

Regional Hurricane Workflow

Currently under development, please contact NHERI-SimCenter@berkeley.edu to contribute or collaborate.

Regional Lifelines Workflow

Currently under development, please contact NHERI-SimCenter@berkeley.edu to contribute or collaborate.

 

How to cite:

Wael Elhaddad, Frank McKenna, Mats Rynge, John B. Lowe, Charles Wang, & Adam Zsarnoczay. (2019, February 1). NHERI-SimCenter/WorkflowRegionalEarthquake: rWHALE (Version v1.1.0). Zenodo.
http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2554610

Changes for v1.1.0 :

  1. Added support to run on TACC Stampede2 supercomputer through DesignSafe-CI
  2. Added cross-platform build tools with native support for building local version on Windows
  3. Added a new EVENT application to use nearest available recorded ground motion (NNGM.py)
  4. Added support for Python 3
  5. Improved dependency management