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Application of a model to the evaluation of flood damage

F. Luino, C. G. Cirio, M. Biddoccu, A. Agangi, W. Giulietto, F. Godone, G. Nigrelli
2009 Geoinformatica  
This paper presents the initial results of a common methodology for the evaluation of damage produced by a flood.  ...  The model simulates flood scenarios and evaluates expected economic losses from the impact of floodwaters on exposed elements, through the application of a computational model elaborated by GIS.  ...  A particular thanks for the collaboration to Philip J. Schneider, Director of the Multihazard Loss Estimation Program, National Institute of Building Sciences, Washington DC.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10707-008-0070-3 fatcat:lr3yoqlfnvffjd5apuudnddz6e

A model for simulating event scenarios and estimating expected economic losses for residential buildings: preliminary results [chapter]

F. Luino, G. Nigrelli, M. Chiarle, M. Biddoccu, C. G. Cirio
2011 Flood Risk Assessment and Management  
hydraulic model; b) asset damage and identification of the affected population; c) evaluation of the damage degree as a function of event magnitude; d) attribution of an economic value to different exposed  ...  The method could be used either as a forecasting tool to define event scenarios or for "real-time" damage assessment just after a catastrophe.  ...  Economic evaluation of buildings A preliminary evaluation of the elements exposed to hydraulic risk is essential for damage quantification in either a nowcasting or a forecasting application of the model  ... 
doi:10.2495/978-1-84564-646-2/11 fatcat:rvzkwtefzzecbpax3ij3ny5fbm

Targeting property flood resilience in flood risk management

James L. Webber, Albert S. Chen, John Stevens, Rob Henderson, Slobodan Djordjević, Barry Evans
2021 Journal of Flood Risk Management  
of high-resolution modelling in surface water management, and highlighting the applicability of PFR to manage damages at specific highrisk properties which may not fall under the protection of community  ...  We investigate opportunities for mitigating flood damages within catchments using PFR and evaluate two targeting strategies: Installing PFR across strategic areas of a catchment and targeting interventions  ...  Flood damage tools were provided by the collaborative research on flood resilience in urban areas 'CORFU' project (European Union Grant 244047).  ... 
doi:10.1111/jfr3.12723 fatcat:46fnfjnparf4hpemimfu3pasrq

Index of Proportional Risk (IRP) Flood-Risk Assessment Model and Comparison to Collected Data [chapter]

Luca Franzi, Gennaro Bianco, Alessandro Pezzoli, Angelo Besana
2018 Natural Hazards - Risk Assessment and Vulnerability Reduction  
After the publication of the flood directive hazard and risk maps, risk assessment and risk evaluation became useful tools to set priorities for flood management and for countermeasure financing.  ...  The IRP model can also be usefully applied to the revision and the updating of flood directive risk maps and to assess the cost/benefit ratio of the designed countermeasures (National Repository for Soil  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the contributions of V. Laurino and I.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.79443 fatcat:l2ilip4xh5br5cd2zv33twy7uy

Page 1227 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 124, Issue 12 [page]

1998 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
A higher ratio of wind-flood damage requires a higher total levee height to obtain the same reliability value as for a lower wind-flood damage ratio.  ...  An example application of the models shows how the flood levee height and freeboard allowance may be determined to yield maximum reliability.  ... 

Evaluation of Non Damaging Flow for a Set of Upstream Sub Basins in a River System

Parthasarathi Choudhury, Sangita Deb Barman, Jotish Nongthombam
2016 Environmental Management and Sustainable Development  
The model allows evaluating effectiveness of controlling the intervening basins in a river system; model applications to a real life river system yield results that are useful in adopting flood control  ...  <p class="emsd"><span lang="EN-GB">A model for evaluating non damaging flow for a set of sub basins in a river system is presented.  ...  In the present study, a Linear Programming (LP) model is presented to evaluate non damaging flow for a set of upstream sub basins in a river system.  ... 
doi:10.5296/emsd.v5i2.9347 fatcat:sg56il5tdncndkeetfltc66vxe

Towards improved management of coastal submersion crises – CRISMA-WAVE solution as an example of CRISMA Framework application

Marc Erlich, Christophe Coulet, Arnaud De Groof, M. Lang, F. Klijn, P. Samuels
2016 E3S Web of Conferences  
The paper addresses the generic CRISMA Framework applicability to simulate mitigation effects of a coastal submersion through CRISMA-Wave implementation of a full modelling cycle.  ...  One of the five pilot applications of CRISMA dealing with preparedness to the coastal submersions was developed and implemented using return of experience of the reference Xynthia storm surge event in  ...  breach or total failure) aiming to run new simulations and evaluate the damages; x Run an evacuation model as an assessment of the possible bottlenecks and isolated locations for a given hydraulic event  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/20160717008 fatcat:hz6w776z7fdgvigdgdwi6zfrfi


Darryl W. Davis
1978 Journal of the American Water Resources Association  
Respondents should be aware that notwithstanding any other provision of law, no person shall be subject to any penalty for failing to comply with a collection of information if it does not display a currently  ...  Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, to the Department of Defense, Executive Services and  ...  use and engineeiing works are complex and require careful analysis FLOOD DAMAGE ANALYSIS The objective of the analysis is to evaluate the damage potential of' alternative land use patterns and/or specific  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1752-1688.1978.tb02209.x fatcat:hwunqh3ncjbjjpkfdxgpaz4y5y

A generic physical vulnerability model for floods: review and concept for data-scarce regions

Mark Bawa Malgwi, Sven Fuchs, Margreth Keiler
2020 Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences  
However, despite the extensive implementation of these models in flood risk assessment globally, a considerable gap remains in their applicability to data-scarce regions.  ...  First, we present a review of current studies of physical vulnerability indicators and flood damage models comprised of stage–damage curves and the multivariate methods that have been applied to predict  ...  This study is carried out within the framework of a PhD scholarship funded by the Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships for Foreign Scholars (ESKAS).  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhess-20-2067-2020 fatcat:37lfgpvz6zfdhofdt6rvyslafu

Uncertainty with friction parameters and impact on risk analysis

T.D.M. Willis, N.G. Wright, P.A. Sleigh, M. Lang, F. Klijn, P. Samuels
2016 E3S Web of Conferences  
damage caused by flood waters), and with evaluation of hydraulic outputs, including water depths and extents.  ...  Flood modelling is an essential component of risk analysis, with a greater demand for accurate and robust modelling to be undertaken at large spatial scales.  ...  In this research, the classic flood model objective function F2 has been used to evaluate model output.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/20160704011 fatcat:6bcs2peou5efjifsvzjj75cub4

Systems Analysis Applications at Hydrologic Engineering Center

Arlen D. Feldman
1992 Journal of water resources planning and management  
A Appo•v for u. f .ic Releae. Dlstuion Un.,l 1 ft M693-29287 913 1i 29Ig0 SYSTEMS ANALYSIS APPLICATIONS AT THE  ...  It was successfully implemented using the HEC-5 reservoir system model to analyze the effectiveness of a set of flood damage reduction measures and the expected annual flood damage program to perform the  ...  Because of the Corps' primary interest in the larger, damaging flood events, HEC chose to simulate flood hydrographs with a so-called singleevent watershed model.  ... 
doi:10.1061/(asce)0733-9496(1992)118:3(249) fatcat:nqfytvodbbaqdldjkhjpmla2qm

Integration of accurate 2D inundation modelling, vector land use database and economic damage evaluation [chapter]

J Ernst, B Dewals, P Archambeau, S Detrembleur, S Erpicum, M Pirotton
2008 Flood Risk Management: Research and Practice  
This paper focuses on the integration between two components of the DSS, namely the evaluation of the economic impacts of floods and the hydrodynamic modelling.  ...  The paper details the application of the integrated assessment procedure for a case study along the river Ourthe located in the Meuse basin (Belgium).  ...  damage functions are preferred to absolute ones, the results of the combination of inundation maps and damage function leads to a relative damage evaluation ( § 5.3).  ... 
doi:10.1201/9780203883020.ch195 fatcat:advak74uezf7jmd22knux7q43u

Towards Regional Scale Stormwater Flood Management Strategies through Rapid Preliminary Intervention Screening

James L. Webber, Mariano Balbi, David Lallemant, Michael J. Gibson, Guangtao Fu, David Butler, Perrine Hamel
2021 Water  
This is achieved through upscaling a modelling approach using a spatially explicit inundation model (CADDIES) coupled with an economic model of inundation loss (OpenProFIA) to support widescale evaluation  ...  The study highlights several limitations of the new method, suggesting it should be applied as part of a suite of landscape management approaches; however, highlights that it has the potential to complement  ...  Results Evaluating Flood Depths Across a Range of Storm Return Periods To evaluate the change in flood extents resulting from increasing magnitude, Figure 3 presents peak flood depths during the 25  ... 
doi:10.3390/w13152027 fatcat:sdozppew5vdnzigudobyj5bnf4

Flood Damage Estimate (Quantity), Using HEC-FDA Model. Case Study: The Neka River

S.A. Mohammadi, M. Nazariha, N. Mehrdadi
2014 Procedia Engineering  
The cost of damages due to flooding depends on several factors. However, several methods, using different approaches, can be used to estimate flood damages.  ...  Based on the output of this step, using HEC-FDA, a risk analysis was performed and flood damages were estimated quantitatively. Finally, the Expected Annual Damage (EAD)was obtained.  ...  Quantitative evaluation of flood damage is done in different ways. One of these methods is software modeling of flood damage analysis HEC-FDA. This model was developed by the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2014.02.130 fatcat:go6nqdapbvcp5f4lsrvwx4hqoy

Estimating flood inundation and the consequent economic losses in the Koiliaris river basin in Crete, Greece

2013 Global NEST Journal  
The one-dimensional hydraulic model MIKE 11 was used to simulate the physical process of a flood event in a river channel and its floodplains.  ...  This work presents the application of an integrated method for flood loss estimation at the watershed level.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This research has been co-financed by the European Union (European Social Fund-ESF) and Greek national funds through the Operational Program "Education and Lifelong Learning" of the  ... 
doi:10.30955/gnj.000875 fatcat:cvd7wqn43rc25jtvbqhaesyxha
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