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Flood Control Risk Identification and Quantitative Assessment of a Large-Scale Water Transfer Project

Xiaodi Fu, Gang Wang, Minglei Ren, Liuqian Ding, Xiaoming Jiang, Xiaoyan He, Liping Zhao, Nan Wu
2021 Water  
Based on the theory of system and risk assessment, this paper starts with the various risk sources and risk events involved in the whole process of the flood disaster chain, the risk of flood disaster  ...  flow capacity; the geological characteristics of canal section; economic and social layouts.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w13131770 fatcat:rqz7zdldmbgtpj6iiy3umierg4

Inclusion of flood diversion canal operation in the H08 hydrological model with a case study from the Chao Phraya River basin: model development and validation

Saritha Padiyedath Gopalan, Adisorn Champathong, Thada Sukhapunnaphan, Shinichiro Nakamura, Naota Hanasaki
2022 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
For flood and drought assessments, including investigations of the effects of diversion systems on river discharge worldwide, the explicit inclusion of these systems into global hydrological models (GHMs  ...  Water diversion systems play crucial roles in assuaging flood risk by diverting and redistributing water within and among basins.  ...  Conclusions Assessing the impacts of flood diversion canals on flood risk reduction worldwide remains challenging.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-26-2541-2022 fatcat:37ebyvgxaba2lnhqgj3fq7onhe

A Framework to Evaluate Urban Flood Resilience of Design Alternatives for Flood Defence Considering Future Adverse Scenarios

Osvaldo M. Rezende, Francis M. Miranda, Assed N. Haddad, Marcelo G. Miguez
2019 Water  
The complexity of processes involved in flood management and the need for a comparative assessment method to hierarchise different design alternatives or planning scenarios requires practical and quantitative  ...  methods for urban diagnoses, including flood risk and resilience aspects.  ...  a future scenario of changes in land use patterns or climate conditions, based on the decrease of flood risk protection.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w11071485 fatcat:tclkqxze5zfttco2mpbhdlvsrq

A Time-Integrated Index for Flood Risk to Resistance Capacity

Osvaldo M. Rezende, Luciana F. Guimarães, Francis M. Miranda, Assed N. Haddad, Marcelo G. Miguez
2019 Water  
In this context, a time-integrated index for risk to resistance capacity is proposed to address these questions.  ...  This index correlates the exposure of buildings and urban infrastructure to the hazard of a given flood and is then evaluated over a project horizon through a sequence of events.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w11071321 fatcat:k6y624xyb5benjiq3olngjex3u

Adequacy assessment of an urban drainage system considering future land use and climate change scenario

S. Afrin, M. M. Islam, M. M. Rahman
2020 Journal of Water and Climate Change  
Around 58% of canal cross-sections appear to be overflown at both banks while carrying a 5-year return period peak runoff under the 2013 scenario.  ...  In this paper, we estimate the peak storm runoff of Hatirjheel-Begunbari canal – the largest drainage system of the city – under different operational, land use and climate scenarios (2013, 2025 and 2040  ...  The findings Capacity assessment of Begunbari canal. (a) Longitudinal profile of Begunbari canal along with the location of the station considered for capacity assessment.  ... 
doi:10.2166/wcc.2020.369 fatcat:v3bu7dgwrraelilegfpdg4xwoa

Flood risk assessment for a heavily modified urban stream

A. Mentzafou, E. Dimitriou
2015 Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences  
Based on the results of the model for the flood event on 22 February 2013, the maximum water depth of the flood wave in the inundated area was 2.4 m.  ...  During the simulation of the hydrological model, only the overland flow was taken into consideration, based on the assumption that the rainfall intensity exceeds soil infiltration capacity (Horton 1933  ... 
doi:10.5194/piahs-366-147-2015 fatcat:cua2bik7qrewrd26zwnkqrlhoy

A comprehensive approach and methods for glacial lake outburst flood risk assessment, with examples from Nepal and the transboundary area

Narendra Raj Khanal, Pradeep Kumar Mool, Arun Bhakta Shrestha, Golam Rasul, Pawan Kumar Ghimire, Rajendra Bahadur Shrestha, Sharad Prasad Joshi
2015 International Journal of Water Resources Development  
Risk reduction strategies must be based on a comprehensive risk assessment.  ...  A comprehensive methodological approach for GLOF risk assessment is described and illustrated in case studies of the potential GLOF risk posed in Nepal by four glacial lakes, one located in China.  ...  Disclosure No potential conflict of interest was reported by the author(s). Funding This article is based on the results of case studies completed in 2010.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07900627.2014.994116 fatcat:u26tzlfgvjdgjie6vcuukykd3a

Evaluation and Improvement of Drainage Performance in Gedongtataan, Lampung using Duflow Modeling Studio

Anna Mariana Situngkir
2016 Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Management  
The best improvement option to prevent the flood based on the benefits and drawbacks of each options was Option 3 resizing canals since it is long term solution and not costly to prevent the flood.  ...  Three options were developed to prevent the flood, Option 1 cleaning canals from solid waste and grass weed, Option 2 dyke construction and canal widening, and Option 3 resizing canals, a combination of  ...  silting that can clog water flow which causes water flow slowly therefore solid waste, grass weed, and silting inside the canals can lead to flood risk.  ... 
doi:10.19081/jpsl.2016.6.2.111 fatcat:ihtuaaqtqfbnhlwf4fy75gdjgm

Flood Water Management from Hill Torrents of Pakistan for Agriculture Livelihood Improvement

Talat Farid Ahmed, Shamim-ul-Sibtain Shah, Ashfaq Ahmed Sheikh, Hashim Nisar Hashmi, Muhammad Atiqullah Khan, Muhammad Azeem Afzal
2021 Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Research  
| Mithawan Hill Torrent is one of the thirteen Major Hill Torrents in District: Dera Ghazi Khan of Pakistan. The study presents management solution of Mithawan hill torrent flood water.  ...  ensure improved irrigation supplies in the Koh e Suleman (Pachad) area, enhancement in economic condition of the area, stable farming in the Pachad area and providing maximum use of flood water for agriculture  ...  Assessment of flood risk arising from coastal sources and fluvial, a method was developed for local level flood risk assessment.  ... 
doi:10.17582/journal.pjar/2021/34.3.438.445 fatcat:q3mhhnt3p5hfvklfdp3qsgiruy

Model simulations of potential contribution of the proposed Huangpu Gate to flood control in the Lake Taihu basin of China

Hanghui Zhang, Shuguang Liu, Jianchun Ye, Pat J.-F. Yeh
2017 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
Due to its flat saucer-like terrain, the capacity of the flood control system in this basin depends on flood control infrastructures and peripheral tidal conditions.  ...  The main objective of this paper is to assess the potential contributions of the proposed Huangpu Gate to the flood control capacity of the basin.  ...  This study was sponsored by the Chinese National Science & Technology Pillar Program (no. 2014BAL05B02) and the program of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (no. 41672230).  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-21-5339-2017 fatcat:42d55pzw3jddrdc6asq7zgtcey

Model of Ciliwung River Flood Diversion Tunnel Using HEC-RAS Software

Joko Nugroho, Indratmo Soekarno, Dhemi Harlan, D. Roosmini, K. Pribadi, B. Sugeng, I.K. Hadihardaja
2018 MATEC Web of Conferences  
A 1-D numerical hydraulic model using HEC-RAS based on a proposed design is used to assess the performance of the diversion system in any combination of upstream and downstream boundary condition.  ...  This diversion is based on the available capacity of KBT.  ...  The authors thank to Water Resources Engineering Research Group, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Institut Teknologi Bandung for the support in this research.  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/201814703001 fatcat:6dtuf3hmwjc37eqvsd775owvvq

Consequences of dike breaches and dike overflow in a bifurcating river system

Anouk Bomers, Ralph M. J. Schielen, Suzanne J. M. H. Hulscher
2019 Natural Hazards  
In a bifurcating river system, a dike breach may cause overland flows which can change downstream flood risk and discharge partitioning.  ...  Currently, the effect of dike breaches on downstream discharge partitioning and flood risk is not addressed in flood safety assessments.  ...  In addition, the authors would like to thank Utrecht University for its cooperation in the NWO Project Floods of the past-Design for the future.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11069-019-03643-y fatcat:5ktfyubsyfg3lcpzn6dqszzl7a

A PROJECT MANAGEMENT UTILITY FOR AGRICULTURAL FACILITIES AND PUBLIC HEALTH

TILEMACHOS KOLIOPOULOS, KRYSTYNA CIARKOWSKA, JACEK ANTONKIEWICZ, SOKRATIS THEOCHARATOS, CRINA RADU, ION CRISTEA, PANAGIOTIS KOULOUMPIS
2018 Journal of Engineering Studies and Research  
the bio capacity development of the services and products through effective constructions minimizing risks for public health.  ...  Useful results are presented based on geoinformatics utility that develops sanitary drawings in sustainable designs minimizing risks and indoor pollution hazardous emissions in working spaces minimizing  ...  Based on the hydrological data for a given area a rectangular open canal is produced as digital drawing.  ... 
doi:10.29081/jesr.v24i2.294 fatcat:jpyhdymfz5dpfpi35775dfn3da

A PROJECT MANAGEMENT UTILITY FOR AGRICULTURAL FACILITIES AND PUBLIC HEALTH

TILEMACHOS KOLIOPOULOS, KRYSTYNA CIARKOWSKA, JACEK ANTONKIEWICZ, SOKRATIS THEOCHARATOS, CRINA RADU, ION CRISTEA, PANAGIOTIS KOULOUMPIS
2018 Journal of Engineering Studies and Research  
the bio capacity development of the services and products through effective constructions minimizing risks for public health.  ...  Useful results are presented based on geoinformatics utility that develops sanitary drawings in sustainable designs minimizing risks and indoor pollution hazardous emissions in working spaces minimizing  ...  Based on the hydrological data for a given area a rectangular open canal is produced as digital drawing.  ... 
doi:10.29081/jesr.v24i2.59 fatcat:eglz2gd33fgb5nyflhgf4zr3ri

From a Hard to Soft Approach for Flood Management in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta: Integrating Ecological Engineering for Urban Sustainability in My Tho City

Nguyen Van Long, Tu Dam Ngoc Le, Ho Nguyen, Duong Van Khanh, Ngo Thi Minh The, Duy Thinh Do, Yuning Cheng
2022 Water  
Due to the dynamism and complexity of the interactions between humans and rivers at the VMD, this study attempts to demonstrate that building the ability to adapt to flood risks based on EI will have a  ...  Flooding is one of the leading challenges faced by delta cities in the world.  ...  We also thank two anonymous reviewers for valuable suggestions on earlier drafts of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w14071079 fatcat:h7xe2ythznchlidxp26kshy5qi
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