The VISUALAB is a teaching and research computing laboratory facility at the
Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering at San Diego State University,
California. The lab specializes in hydraulic and hydrologic engineering applications,
and develops world-class online software using standard protocols such as HTML, CSS,
The lab features a collection of three-hundred and thirty-nine (339) scripts for a variety
of applications, including steady and unsteady flow, gradually varied and rapidly
varied flow, evapotranspiration, flood routing, sediment transport, channel design, water quality, and other applications. The lab features a collection
of three-hundred and ninety (390) online videos for a variety of applications.
The Vlab's computer hardware include:
one (1) Supermicro RM110 Mercury 1U Linux data server (uon),
one (1) Supermicro RM108 Mercury 1U Linux data server (xon),
one (1) ORACLE Sparc Solaris data server (pon),
one (1) Hewlett-Packard RedHat Linux data/media server (ion),
eight (8) Apple iMac 27" development workstations, and
one (1) Hewlett-Packard Windows 10 workstation.