Modelling of Floods in Urban Areas
Leandro, Jorge (editor)
Shucksmith, James (editor)
This Special Issue publishes the latest advances and developments concerning the modelling of flooding in urban areas and contributes to our scientific understanding of the flooding processes and the appropriate evaluation of flood impacts. This issue contains contributions of novel methodologies including flood forecasting methods, data acquisition techniques, experimental research in urban drainage systems and/or sustainable drainage systems, and new numerical and simulation approaches in nine papers with contributions from over forty authors.
Keywordsmachine learning; flash flood; GIS; Iran; decision trees; ensemble techniques; manhole flooding; urban flooding; grid-based modeling; SWWM; FIRM; pollutant transport; hydraulic structures; urban drainage; CFD; dual drainage; Iber; SWMM; hazard; artificial neural network; resilient backpropagation; multistep urban flood forecast; demographic change; urbanization; flooding; drainage system; vulnerability; Sub-Saharan Africa; Antananarivo; parameterised power-linear model; hyper concentration; dilute concentration; suspended sediment transport; flood; sediment size parameter; rouse number; mean concentration; flow depth; urban flood modeling; porosity; shallow-water model; urban flood management; flood forecasting; weather radar; integrated hydraulic modeling; and evacuation lead time; n/a
Webshop linkhttps://mdpi.com/books/pdfview ...
Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Technology: general issues
History of engineering & technology