Welcome to the UMEP tutorial website¶
To help users getting started with UMEP, the community is working on setting up tutorials and instructions for different parts of the UMEP tool. The tutorials available are found in the table below.
One essential part when working with geodata in a GIS is to make sure that a common coordinate reference system (CRS) is used, both for the data itself and the current QGIS-project you are working in. For more info, see here. It is strongly recommended to reproject/transform all geodatasets into the same projected coordinate system before any processing starts as well using a CRS that is based on meters.
|Topic||Parts of UMEP||Name||Application||Location|
|Source Area Footprint||Pre-Processor||Footprint modelling||Interpretation of eddy covariance flux source areas||London, UK|
|Urban energy balance||Processor||Urban Energy Balance - SUEWS Introduction||Energy, water and radiation fluxes for one location||London, UK|
|Urban energy balance||Pre-Processor and Processor||Urban Energy Balance - SUEWS Advanced||Energy, water and radiation fluxes for one location||London, UK|
|Urban energy balance||Pre-Processor, Processor and Post-processor||Urban Energy Balance - SUEWS Spatial||Energy, water and radiation fluxes for a spatial grid||New York City, US|
|Urban energy balance||Pre-Processor, Processor and Post-processor||Urban Energy Balance - SUEWS and WUDAPT||Making use of WUDAPT local climate zones in SUEWS||New York City, US|
|Urban energy balance||Pre-Processor, Processor and Post-processor||Urban Energy Balance - SUEWS, WUDAPT and WATCH||Making use of WUDAPT local climate zones as well as WATCH meteorological forcing data in SUEWS||Beijing, China|
|Solar Energy||Pre-Processor, Processor and Post-processor||Solar Energy - Introduction to SEBE||Amount of solar energy received on building facets||Gothenburg, Sweden; London, UK|
|Outdoor thermal comfort||Pre-Processor, Processor and Post-processor||Thermal Comfort - Introduction to SOLWEIG||Mean radiation temperature modelling in complex urban settings||Gothenburg, Sweden; New York City, US|
|Anthropogenic heat||Processor||Anthropogenic heat - GQF||Anthropogenic heat modelling in London using GQF (uses the GreaterQF methodology)||London, UK|
|Anthropogenic heat||Processor||Anthropogenic heat - LQF||Anthropogenic heat modelling in London using LQF (uses the LUCY methodology)||London, UK|