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A flood lamination strategy based on transportation network with time delay

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Over the last few years, the frequency and intensity of floods has become more marked due to the influence of climate change. The engendered problems are related to the safety of goods and persons. These considerations require predictive management that will limit water height downstream. In the literature, numerous works have described flow modeling and management. The work presented in this paper is interested in quantitative management by means of flood expansion areas placed along the river and for which we have size and location. The performance of the management system depends on the time and height of gate opening, which will influence wave mitigation. The proposed management method is based on use of a transportation network with time delay from which the volume of water to be stored is calculated.
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hal-03523340 , version 1 (12-01-2022)

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Houda Nouasse, Pascale Chiron, Bernard Archimède. A flood lamination strategy based on transportation network with time delay. Water Science and Technology, 2013, 68 (8), pp.1688-1696. ⟨10.2166/wst.2013.380⟩. ⟨hal-03523340⟩
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