WRF-SFIRE user guide
- This guide applies to WRF-SFIRE, available at https://github.com/openwfm/WRF-SFIRE. WRF-Fire from the WRF repository https://github.com/wrf-model/WRF is based on a limited version of this software from 2010, and it has evolved separately since then. This guide changes with the software and it complements the technical description in J. Mandel, J. D. Beezley, and A. K. Kochanski, Coupled atmosphere-wildland fire modeling with WRF 3.3 and SFIRE 2011, Geoscientific Model Development (GMD) 4, 591-610, 2011, doi:10.5194/gmd-4-591-2011 and J. Mandel, S. Amram, J. D. Beezley, G. Kelman, A. K. Kochanski, V. Y. Kondratenko, B. H. Lynn, B. Regev, M. Vejmelka, 2014, Recent advances and applications of WRF–SFIRE, Natural Hazards and Earth System Science, 14, 2829-2845, 2014, doi:10.5194/nhess-14-2829-2014.
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- Downloading the software
- Building the software and running an ideal case
- Setting up the automated simulation system WRFx
Running a real case
Coupling with fuel moisture and smoke
Data assimilation and ignition from a perimeter
Standalone fire model
This work was partially supported by NSF grants including ATM-0835579, DMS-1216481, and ICER-1664175.