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  •     MIKESHE Report
  •     SHETRAN Report

3- Hydraulic Modelling

  •     MIKE 11 Report 
  •     MIKE 21 Report 
  •     IBER Report
  •     CityCat Report

4- Integrated Flood Management and Flood Resilience

  •     Flood Resilience Report

Flood Resilience

posted 23 Feb 2017, 11:03 by jeremy DEJOIE

    In this exercise the Flood Resilience Index (FRI) are introduced putting apart the traditional flood risk management. The       general idea is to quantify the flood resilience in terms of a common index focusing on the most vulnerable elements.         Two studies have been done for the flood event of 1994 in Nice, one in parcel scale and the other in macro scale. For           further information please refer to the technical report below.


posted 23 Feb 2017, 11:02 by jeremy DEJOIE

    The aim of the CityCat report is to build an urban flood model of the Newcastle centre catchment using the City                      catchment Analysis Tool. First, the current situation of the catchment is studied and after that some adaptations options    have been proposed in order to mitigate the flood in the catchment. Please refer to the technical report below for more       details.


posted 23 Feb 2017, 11:00 by jeremy DEJOIE

    In Iber's report, the aim is to get familiarized with the software. Two cases were developed using this software. First           Torrencial river in Catalonia and the second Pineda del Mar. The report has been uploaded below. Feel free to download     it and check it out.


posted 23 Feb 2017, 10:59 by jeremy DEJOIE

    In this report, we had to work on an open rectangular channel with MIKE 21 modelling software. First we had to build        up the bathymetry file of the channel and then set up the simulation file. For more details, check out the technical                report below.


posted 23 Feb 2017, 10:58 by jeremy DEJOIE

    The objective of this report is hydrodynamic analysis of channel model on lower var river using MIKE 11 for flood event        1994. for more details download "Mike 11 Report - Team 7" file below. 


posted 23 Feb 2017, 10:56 by jeremy DEJOIE   [ updated 23 Feb 2017, 10:57 ]

    A simplified Var catchment hydrological model was calibrated. Simulation and observation of the flood event were                compared. Effects of land use and/or rainfall change were discussed.


posted 23 Feb 2017, 10:55 by jeremy DEJOIE

    The main goals for this technical report are to demonstrate and build up a Hydrological model for flood event                        simulation for a short period of time. For more details please feel free to download the file "MIKESHE 17he07".


posted 23 Feb 2017, 10:54 by jeremy DEJOIE   [ updated 23 Feb 2017, 10:56 ]

    In this report the aim was to use ArcHydro. It is one of the ArcGIS's software tool. The Var basin was delimited in sub catchments and for each of them many parameters were extracted. For more details download the file "ArcGIS T07".

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