After reading this page:
- you've learned what is a Calculation Model.
- you've learned how Calculation Models relate to the Tygron Platform.
- you've learned what Calculation Models are used.
- you've learned when to use your own Calculation Models.
What is a Calculation Model
A calculation model is the principle which is used as a formula for calculations. The origin of the calculation models differ from scientific research to calcutation models that are officially used by certified public authorities.
How Calculation Models relate to the Tygron Platform
The calculation models that are integrated in the Tygron Platform are used to calculate effects. The effects are formulated as the results arising from the measures taken and made adjustments in the project area. Because of this function the Tygron Platform can be used for giving insight in the effects on the environment in various scenario's.
Based on the purpose of the calculation, the effects can be vizualized in various ways and places.
Feedback and result of the calculations that are made (in excel) can be vizualized in:
- The indicatorscreen
- A panel
- Zone permit panel (in case the new situation does not fit the zoning plan)
- Attributes (only for areas, buildings, and neighborhoods)
- Overlays (Area-, attribute- or custom overlay. NOTE: provided that it is a grid-calculation)
The Tygron Platform makes use of a couple of build in calculation models. These calculations are applicable for the default indicators that are available in the Tygron Platform.
|Name indicator||Source Calculation model||Description||More information|
|Traffic sound||Wetten.nl rekenmethode SRM1 Kengetallen via InfoMil.nl||Emissions in decibels of road.||http://wetten.overheid.nl/zoeken en http://www.infomil.nl/onderwerpen/hinder-gezondheid/geluid/inhoudelijk-dossier/regelgeving/wet-geluidhinder/wegverkeerslawaai/akoestisch-rapport/|
|NOX of roads||Wetten.nl rekenmethode SRM1 Kengetallen via InfoMil.nl||Emissions in NOX of road.||http://wetten.overheid.nl/zoeken en http://www.infomil.nl/onderwerpen/klimaat-lucht/luchtkwaliteit/slag/nsl-rekentool/handleiding/algemeen/srm-1-srm-2/|
|Spacial Quality||Based on VROM-leefbaarometer||Physical quality of the environment. (green vs concrete and industry.)|| http://www.tygron.com/downloads/climategame/Climategame_main_manual_v1.0.pdf, blz 71 |
|Heat Stress||UNESCO-IHE Model||Calculating heat stress in urban areas.||http://support.tygron.com/w/downloads/climategame/Heatstress.pdf|
|Water retention||Based on literature and calculations of Deltares.||Calculating inundation capacity in areas from rain flooding.|
|Risk zones||Expert knowledge||Distance Determination to risky objects. (For example, LPG station, also based on sight distance.)|
When to use your own Calculation Models?
Using your own calculation models is mostly done for two specific reasons. First of all, however the calculation models that are implemented in the Tygron Platform by default are reliable and are often used in practice by experts and governments, the Tygron Platform provides space to make use of specific calculation models that are the standard within your own organization. Second of all, you can create a new custom section in which a calculation that is not provided in the Tygron Platform is used. For example, an indicator or a panel. This is part of the possibility to create your custom project corresponding to your own real life project case. See the article on Excels for more information on how to implement your own calculation model.