History & about Wavedyne

The Global Autonomous Impact Assessment (GAIA) is based on the Shelf Marine and Atmosphere Reactive Transport (SMART) model which in turn is an expansion of the 3D Simulation for Marine and Atmospheric Reactive Transport (3D SMART).

2008 to 2010 a basic pollutant fate simulation was developed that, since 2011, was expanded as the 3D SMART and is now encompassing turbulence and momentum transport. Atmospheric plume simulations have also been conducted since 2013 and particularly revised since 2017.

Development occurred originally, until 2015, at the Texas A&M University by Johannes Lawen and subsequently by the Flow One Sixty WLL incorporation.

Flow One Sixty WLL and its staff have conducted simulations for:

  • Marine plumes
  • Atmospheric plumes
  • Groundwater flow
  • Bioremediation
  • Instrumental analysis such as chromatography and electrophoresis
  • Chemical reactors
  • Bioreactors
  • Demography and de-novo mutation propagation
  • Heat conduction and diffusion
  • Nonlinear organic matter reactions
  • Naval, marine and aviation traffic

Contact: info@wavedyne.com