A new dynamic regulation UIPO model of groundwater based on cloud computing and hydroinformatics
Wensheng Wang, Huifeng Xue, Feng Zhang
School of automation, NorthwesternPolytechnical University, Xi’an 710072, China
In order to solve the problem of excessive mining of the coal resources in Yulin mine area caused enormous damage to groundwater and in turn threatening the regional sustainable development, proposed a new dynamic regulation UIPO model of groundwater, which combined hydroinformatics, cloud computing and multi-source data fusion algorithm, and the mine hydrogeological spatial database, the visualization of 3D geological model and groundwater dynamic evolution model are created. Simulation results show that the UIPO complete with these models and with groundwater - ecological environment - economy system model all connected data analysis for decision support system and with complete hydrogeological and spatial process method by means of big data, can simulate the temporal and spatial variations of groundwater resources, forecast future impact on Yulin mine area groundwater for sake of large-scale exploitation.