SUEWS: Surface Urban Energy and Water Balance Scheme
How to get SUEWS?
How to use SUEWS?
- For existing users:
Overview of changes in this version, see :ref:`new_latest`. If these changes impact your existing simulations, please see appropriate parts of the manual. It may be necessary to adapt some of your input files for for the current version.
A helper python script, SUEWS table converter <input_converter>, is provided to help facilitate the conversion of input files between different SUEWS versions.
Additionally, the manuals for previous versions can be accessed in respective sections under version_history.
- For new users:
Before performing SUEWS simulations, new users should read the overview :ref:`introduction`, then follow the steps in Preparing_to_run_the_model to prepare input files <input_files> for SUEWS.
Note there are tutorials learning about running SUEWS available :ref:`the tutorial. <tutorials_suews>`
How has SUEWS been used?
The scientific details and application examples of SUEWS can be found in Recent_publications.
How to cite SUEWS?
Visit the repositories below for different citation styles.
How to support SUEWS?
- Cite SUEWS <cite_suews> appropriately in your work.
- Contribute to the development <Development_Suggestions_Support>.
- Report issues via the `GitHub page`_.
- Provide suggestions and feedback <Development_Suggestions_Support>.
.. toctree:: :maxdepth: 2 :numbered: :hidden: introduction parameterisations-and-sub-models prepare-to-run-the-model input_files/input_files output_files/output_files troubleshooting recent-publications related_softwares sub-tutorials/tutorials development/development benchmark/benchmark_report api version-history/version-history acknowledgement notation references