A flood system risk analysis model with dynamic sub-element 2D inundation model, dynamic breach growth and life-loss
A flood system risk analysis model with dynamic sub-element 2D inundation model, dynamic breach growth and life-loss.
Gouldby, B.P.and Lhomme, J. and McGahey , C. and Panzeri, M. and Hassan, M. and Kakeh Burgada, N. and Magaña Orue, C. and Jamieson, S. and Wright, G. and Van Damme, M. and Morris, M.W.
In: FLOODrisk 2012, 20-22 November 2012, Rotterdam. (2012)
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|Abstract:||Risk analysis models of fluvial and coastal flood systems have been in use for over a decade. They have been applied to support a wide range of flood risk management decisions, including long term strategic planning and shorter term asset management. Models that are currently applied in practice make a number of simplifying assumptions. The development of a new model that offers a major improvement over these methods is described. The new model incorporates: a unique dynamic 2D inundation model that captures sub-mesh element topography (RFSM EDA); a new computationally efficient model of embankment breach growth (AREBA) and extends the range of consequences considered to include the loss of life. The model has been applied on a pilot site to demonstrate its capabilities.|
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
|Subjects:||Floods > Flood risk assessment and mapping|
Floods > General
|Deposited On:||15 Jan 2013 07:22|
|Last Modified:||06 Feb 2018 13:13|
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