GenCade is a newly developed numerical model which combines the engineering power of GENESIS and the regional processes capability of the Cascade model. GenCade calculates shoreline change, wave-induced long-shore sand transport, and morphology change at inlets on a local to regional scale and can be applied as a planning or engineering tool. GenCade is operated within the Surface-water Modeling System interface, bringing functionality of a georeferenced environment together with accessibility to other U.S. Army Corps of Engineers numerical models. GenCade is being developed jointly by CIRP and the Regional Sediment Management (RSM) program.
Surface-water Modeling System (SMS) version 11.1
For the latest version of SMS 11, see SMS entry under the Products menu.
Fact Sheet: GenCade, Version 1 (PDF)
|FY15 Technical Report||GenCade, Version 1 Model Theory and User's Guide|
|FY15 CHETN||Using GenCade to Create a Sediment Budget in SBAS|
|FY13 Technical Report||GenCade, Version 1 Quick-Start Guide: How to Start a Successful GenCade Project|
|FY13 CHETN||Wave Data Processing and Analysis Tools for Developing Wave Boundary Forcing for CMS-Wave and GenCade Numerical Models: Part 1|
|FY13 CHETN||Wave Data Processing and Analysis, Part 2: Codes for Coupling GenCade and CMS-Wave|
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