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Channel Characteristics of Sincheon Experimental Catchment using HEC - RAS model
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Channel Characteristics of Sincheon Experimental Catchment using HEC - RAS model
Park, Byeongky; Lee, Myunggu; Hong, Changsu; Lee, Jaekwan; Lee, Young Joon; Choi, Joongdae;
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In recent localized heavy rainfalls have been arising from abnormal climate change. People are concerning about damages with increasing the frequency of flooding. Therefore, we need to understand river hydraulic characteristics and management to reduce damage from flooding. To study hydraulic characterization of Sincheon experimental catchment HEC-RAS (Hydrologic Engineering Center River Analysis System) model which provided by U.S Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) was applied. This study analyzed and compared water level the frequency flood for 100 years and 200 years by clark unit Hydrography. The change of the water level of Daejeon bridge, Sincheon bridge and Singi bridge showed increased for all conditions. The flow rate for the Daejeon bridge and the Sincheon bridge showed an increase, but the Sinki bridge showed a decreasing flow rate overally, except for 1hour-100 years. The verification result showed that the model was able to simulate the water level with 0.4709 coefficient of determination and error ration ranging from 1 to 3%.
HEC-RAS;Channel characteristics;Sin-cheon experimental catchment;
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