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- Jan Mandel, Lynn S. Bennethum, +4 authors Anthony Vodacek
- Mathematics and Computers in Simulation
- 2008

A wildfire model is formulated based on balance equations for energy and fuel, where the fuel loss due to combustion corresponds to the fuel reaction rate. The resulting coupled partial differential equations have coefficients that can be approximated from prior measurements of wildfires. An ensemble Kalman filter technique with regularization is then used… (More)

- Jan Mandel, Jonathan D. Beezley, +6 authors Anthony Vodacek
- International Conference on Computational Science
- 2007

We present an overview of an ongoing project to build DDDAS to use all available data for a short term wildfire prediction. The project involves new data assimilation methods to inject data into a running simulation, a physics based model coupled with weather prediction, on-site data acquisition using sensors that can survive a passing fire, and on-line… (More)

- Jan Mandel, Lynn S. Bennethum, +13 authors Adam Zornes
- International Conference on Computational Science
- 2005

We report on an ongoing effort to build a Dynamic Data Driven Application System (DDDAS) for short-range forecast of wildfire behavior from real-time weather data, images, and sensor streams. The system should change the forecast when new data is received. The basic approach is to encapsulate the model code and use an ensemble Kalman filter in time-space.… (More)

- Janice L. Coen, Jonathan D. Beezley, +6 authors Anthony Vodacek
- 2006

Janice L. Coen *, Jonathan D. Beezley , Lynn S. Bennethum, Craig C. Douglas, Minjeong Kim, Robert Kremens, Jan Mandel , Guan Qin, and Anthony Vodacek 1 National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO 2 University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center, Denver, CO 3 University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 4 Rochester Institute of Technology,… (More)

- Jan Mandel, Lynn S. Bennethum, +4 authors Anthony Vodacek
- 2006

A wildfire model is formulated based on balance equations for energy and fuel, where the fuel loss due to combustion corresponds to the fuel reaction rate. The resulting coupled partial differential equations have coefficients that can be approximated from prior measurements of wildfires. An Ensemble Kalman Filter technique is then used to assimilate… (More)

- John H. Cushman, Lynn S. Bennethum, Pawan P. Singh
- Multiscale Modeling & Simulation
- 2004

A systematic development of the macroscopic field equations (conservation of mass, linear and angular momentum, energy, and Maxwell’s equations) for a multiphase, multicomponent medium is presented. It is assumed that speeds involved are much slower than the speed of light and that the magnitude of the electric field significantly dominates over the… (More)

- Craig C. Douglas, Divya Bansal, +14 authors Anthony Vodacek
- Grid-Based Problem Solving Environments
- 2006

We describe three different dynamic data-driven applications systems (DDDAS): an empty house, a contaminant identification and tracking, and a wildland fire. Each has something in common with all of the rest and can use some common tools. Each DDDAS is quite complicated in comparison to a traditional static input simulation that is run with large numbers of… (More)

- Tessa F Weinstein, Lynn S Bennethum, John H Cushman
- Journal of pharmaceutical sciences
- 2008

Darcy's law and Fick's law of Part I are combined with bulk and species conservation of mass equations, respectively, to obtain flow and transport models for swelling drug delivery systems. The model identifies three distinct regimes and makes the appropriate simplifying assumptions for each. The result is a set of highly nonlinear, coupled, integro-partial… (More)

- John H. Cushman, Pawan P. Singh, Lynn S. Bennethum
- Multiscale Modeling & Simulation
- 2004