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CEDAS - Coastal Engineering Design and Analysis System
CEDAS is an interactive Windows 98/NT/2000/XP based system that includes a comprehensive collection of coastal engineering design and analysis software, which includes products developed by or for the ERDC Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory.

CEDAS includes ACES, EST, Reliable, NMLong-CW, DYNLET, SBEACH, BMAP, RMAP, NEMOS, GENESIS, and RCPWAVE.

Availability: The Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) and Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory (CHL) entered into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with Veri-Tech, Inc. to develop CEDAS. Thus, CEDAS is a proprietary software product. ACES is accessible from CEDAS.

All non-Corps users should contact Veri-Tech, Inc. via their web site or e-mail:

web site - http://www.veritechinc.com
e-mail - info@veritechinc.com

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CEDAS Modules
CEDAS General Engineering Module ACES - Automated Coastal Engineering System - The ACES is a microcomputer-based design and analysis system in the field of coastal engineering.
EST - Empirical Simulation Technique - EST is a statistical procedure for simulating life-cycle risk analysis of events such as storms and their correpsonding environmental impacts.
Reliable - RELIABLE computes a Level II analysis of the Reliability or failure probability of a structure design.
CEDAS Inlet Processes Module NMLong-CW - Numerical Model for Simulating Longshore Current-Current Wave Interaction - Numerical Model for Simulating Longshore Current-Current Wave Interaction.
DYNLET - DYNamic Behavior of Tidal Flow at InLETs - A powerful 1-D hydrodynamic model for riverine, estuarine, or coastal problems.
CEDAS Beach Processes Module SBEACH - Storm-induced BEAch CHange Model - Simulates cross-shore beach, berm, and dune erosion produced by storm waves and water levels.
BMAP - Beach Morphology Analysis Package - A collection of automated and interactive tools to analyze morphologic and dynamic properties of beach profiles. BMAP is dynamically linked with SBEACH to support beach erosion analysis.
RMAP - Regional Morphology Analysis Package - RMAP supports analysis of beach profile, channel or river cross-sectional data, and shoreline position data for engineering and science applications.
NEMOS - Nearshore Evolution MOdeling System - Includes GENESIS, RCPWAVE, STWAVE - A set of models used for simulating long-term beach evolution in response to imposed wave conditions, coastal structures, beach nourishment, and other engineering activity.
GENESIS - GENEralized Model for SImulating Shoreline Change - Simulates the long-term platform evolution of the beach in response to imposed wave conditions, coastal structures, and other engineering activity (e.g., beach nourishment).
RCPWAVE - Regional Coastal Processes Monochromatic WAVE Model - A 2-D steady state monochromatic short wave model for simulating wave propagation over arbitrary bathymetry.
STWAVE - STeady State spectral WAVE - STWAVE (STeady State spectral WAVE) is an easy-to-apply, flexible, robust, half-plane model for nearshore wind-wave growth and propagation.

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