All data sets are available at ZENODO.
LEXIS Aeronautics Pilot
The test case for T106 profile in a linear cascade. Cascade rigs are a way to test in a simple way various turbomachinery blades. Blades are cylindrical, which means equal 2D sections from hub to tip wall, and repeated tangentially according to the specified pitch. In this case, end walls are linear, not cylindrical and not tapered.
LEXIS Weather and Climate Pilot
LEXIS Earthquake and Tsunami Pilot
Global Human Settlement Layer per zoom-level 18 Quadtree tile for selected countries as Spatialite database with OpenStreetMap building completeness assessment
This Spatialite database contains the built-up area of the Global Human Settlement Layer (GHSL) per zoom-level 18 Quadtree tile. Additionally, it provides a comparison of the GHSL with buildings in OpenStreetMap: For each tile the built-up ratio between the building footprints and the GHSL is given and a binary completeness assessment (buildings complete, not complete) is provided for easy use.
A quad-tree based dataset of land and water tiles with world-wide coverage in WGS84 coordinate system (EPSG:4326) and a resolution of up to quad-level 18 (~150m height and width at the equator). This data separates the world into land and water tiles with any 4-tuple of tiles of the same classification value being recursively aggregated into their respective larger parent tiles.
Potential damage map is a layer in support to Area Of Interest (AOI) definition for a Tsunami event. It provides the indication of areas where a higher level of damage from a tsunami event is expected.
Damage absolute probability map is a layer in support to Area of Interest (AOI) definition for an earthquake event. It provides the spatial distribution, in the examined area, of the absolute values of probability of damage derived considering the most severe damage classes provided by loss assessment data.
Night population map is a layer in support to Area Of Interest (AOI) definition for an earthquake event. It provides an estimation of a population exposed to earthquake event in the examined area, based on the population occupancy during night hours.