Iber is a two-dimensional software for the simulation of free surface flow, morphodynamics, transport processes and habitat in rivers and estuaries
, that is developed within a collaboration by the Water and Environmental Engineering Group, GEAMA
(University of A Coruña), the Flumen Institute
(Polytechnic University of Catalonia, UPC, and International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, CIMNE
laboratory from University of Vigo and the the Centre for Hydrographic Studies
. Iber was born and has been subsequently developed thanks to the promotion by CEDEX, by research projects granted to the developing institutions, and within a framework of a Cooperation Agreement with the Dirección General del Agua (Spanish Water Resources Management Department).
The software Iber can be downloaded for free
from this website, and it is complemented with other actions as on-site training activities, online training courses, dissemination of research results and publications, distribution of case studies, and a forum for inquiries and suggestions.