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Two-Dimensional Flood Inundation Analysis Resulting from Irrigation Reservoir Failure - Focused on the Real Case with the Minimal Data Set -
Lee, Jae Young; Kim, Byunghyun; Park, Jun Hyung; Han, Kun Yeun;
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 Abstract
This study presents the applicability of two-dimensional (2D) flood inundation model by applying to real irrigation reservoir failure with limited available data. The study area is Sandae Reservoir placed in Gyeongju and downstream area of it and the reservoir was failured by piping in 2013. The breach hydrograph was estimated from one-dimensional (1D) hydrodynamic model and the discharge was employed for upstream boundary of 2D flood inundation model. Topography of study area was generated by integrating digital contour map and satellite data, and Cartesian grids with 3m resolution to consider geometry of building, road and public stadium were used for 2D flood inundation analysis. The model validation was carried out by comparing predictions with field survey data including reservoir breach outflow, flood extent, flood height and arrival time, and identifying rational ranges with allowed error. In addition, the applicability of 2D model is examined using different simulation conditions involving grid size, building and roughness coefficient. This study is expected to contributed to analysis of irrigation reservoirs were at risk of a failure and setting up Emergency Action Plan (EAP) against irrigation reservoir failure.
 Keywords
Irrigation reservoir failure;Two-dimensional inundation analysis;FDM;Grid size;Manning`s coefficient;
 Language
Korean
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