Bridalveil Falls, CA
Project: Tuolumne Watershed
HFAM is a comprehensive modeling system that simulates hydrologic processes and the operation of existing or planned water resource facilities such as reservoirs, hydro plants, and irrigation systems. Learn more about HFAM.
HFAM is used for both the design and the operation of projects.
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Prepare HFAM inputs for any watershed with Hydrocomp’s Dataprep.
HFAM utilizes many parameters allowing you to understand how different elements will impact a watershed. Understanding and simulating a watershed offers you vital data into how hydrologic processes will affect your utility, such as a reservoir or aquifer.
Gain visibility into how the snow accumulation and melt will affect a watershed.
Predict how precipitation and evapotranspiration will impact a watershed.
See various HFAM results screens including HFAM applications with analysis runs, water resource facilities operations, environmental analysis, and simulation model calibration.
HFAM simulates various hydrologic processes and is currently utilized in the following applications.
Mitigate risks while meeting water demands through comprehensive simulation.
Understand how streamflows, channels, and climate change will impact a watershed.
Determine flood frequencies and analyze the relationship between precipitation, soil moisture, and runoff.
Model changes in snow accumulation and air temperatures to gain insight into whether a glacier will deplete or grow.
Know the connection between groundwater and surface water to track overall water balance in a watershed.