Guidelines for dynamic resilience assessment was published

The DyRes System project published “Guidelines for dynamic resilience assessment” aiming to enhance the predictive power in resilience assessment of the complex water system taking into account the hydroenergetic, flood, and environmental system resilience. Guidelines for dynamic resilience assessment include several project and dissemination activities given as follows: Introduction; Dissemination activities; Main goals; General

2022-07-18T12:04:09+00:00July 11th, 2022|News|

Final meeting of the DyRes System project

We are proud to announce that the final meeting at the DyRes System project funded by the Science Fond of the Republic of Serbia was hald on 11.07.2022. For this purpose, a live event was organized by the WSDAC Unesco’s Centre 2 category via the Microsoft Teams application. Jaroslav Černi Water Institute coordinates the

2022-07-18T11:59:27+00:00July 11th, 2022|News|

Workshop report on Dynamics resilience as a measure for risk assessment on the complex water systems

DATE AND TIME: Friday 24.06.2022. at 13h PLACE: Department of Mathematics and Informatics, Faculty of Science, University of Kragujevac MEETING METHOD: Online The workshop on "Dynamics resilience as a measure for risk assessment on complex water systems" within the dissemination of the DyRes Systems project was held at the Faculty of Science, the University

2022-07-04T08:45:13+00:00June 24th, 2022|News|

Workshop report on Dynamics resilience as a measure for risk assessment on the complex water systems

The workshop on "Dynamics resilience as a measure for risk assessment on complex water systems" within the dissemination of the DyRes Systems project was held at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Kragujevac on March 31, 2022. Within this workshop, the activities realized by the participants within the project were presented. The following topics

2022-04-06T10:31:38+00:00March 31st, 2022|News|

Newly published article regarding the Multi-Parameter Dynamic Resilience – the Pirot Reservoir System

We are pleased to inform us that the article "Quantifying Multi-Parameter Dynamic Resilience for Complex Reservoir Systems Using Failure Simulations:  Case Study of the Pirot Reservoir System" has been published in Water and is available online: We are pleased to inform us that the article "Quantifying Multi-Parameter Dynamic Resilience for Complex Reservoir Systems Using

2021-11-09T12:25:48+00:00November 9th, 2021|News|

A productive mid-term meeting of the DyRes System

One year has passed since the DyRes System project, funded by the Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia, has started. To facilitate the discussion upon the progress achieved by the team members, with the wider scientific and expert community, live event and open discussion were organized by the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University

2021-09-24T08:58:19+00:00September 21st, 2021|News|

Extracting information and knowledge from big data generated by multi-model simulations

The availability of big data generated by multi-model simulations provides opportunities for extracting information and knowledge from it. To create a solid base for the future successful realization of task 5, it was necessary, in the previous period, to develop software that provides the intuitive representation of big data. An existing large data set

2021-08-18T09:29:11+00:00July 13th, 2021|News|

Further development of the Zavoj dam Safety model

Within the activities related to the development of the finite element model of the “Zavoj” dam for the seepage analysis and stability analysis, the first step was to develop the three-dimensional (3D) geometry of the dam with the surrounding rock-mass was formed. For 3D geometry development, the available two-dimensional (2D) documentation was used, while

2021-08-18T09:10:22+00:00July 13th, 2021|News|

Development of a Dam Safety model

Within the activities of the finite element model of the embankment dam "Zavoj" development for the seepage and stability analysis, a three-dimensional (3D) geometry of the dam with the surrounding rock-mass was formed. For 3D geometry development, the available two-dimensional (2D) documentation was used, while the Google Earth tool was used for surrounding rock-mass

2021-05-06T10:07:07+00:00April 28th, 2021|News|
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