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Flood Simulation of Upriver District Considering an Influence of Backwater
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 Title & Authors
Flood Simulation of Upriver District Considering an Influence of Backwater
Um, Dae Yong; Song, Yong Hyun;
 
 Abstract
This study aims to predict inundation and flood-stricken areas more accurately by simulating flood damage caused by reversible flow of rain water in the upper water system through precise 3D terrain model and backwater output. For the upstream of the South Han-River, precise 3D terrain model was established by using aerial LiDAR data and backwater by area was output by applying the storm events of 2002 including the history of flood damage. The 3D flood simulation was also performed by using GIS Tool and for occurrence of related rainfall events, inundation events of the upriver region of water system was analyzed. In addition, the results of flood simulation using backwater were verified by making the inundation damage map for the relevant area and comparing it with flood simulation`s results. When comparing with the results of the flood simulation applying uniformly the gauging station`s water surface elevation used for the existing flood simulation, it is found that the results of the flood simulation using backwater are close to the actual inundation damage status. Accordingly, the causes of flood occurred in downstream of water system and upstream that has different topographic characteristics could be investigated and applying the simulation with backwater is proved more proper in order to procure accuracy of the flood simulation for the upriver region.
 Keywords
Flood;Simulation;Backwater;Upper water system;GIS;
 Language
English
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