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Development of Urban Flood Risk Index for the Cheonggyecheon Watershed Using SWMM
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Development of Urban Flood Risk Index for the Cheonggyecheon Watershed Using SWMM
Yang, Jeong-Seok; Kim, Il-Hwan;
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 Abstract
In this study, we analyzed th Cheonggyecheon watershed for urban flood risk index. SWMM model configuration based on each watershed data. And it was set as the final index calculated indicators related to the humanities, social and environmental. Each indicator was standardized and weighted using the Delphi method. Finally, select the danger area through urban flood risk index. Determined 12 indices according to the hazard and vulnerability. Vulnerability is selected the index divided by three factors. 21 watersheds were analyzed through urban flood risk index. The top of three areas of index is Jeongneung 1, Majang, Pil-dong, each index is 0.533, 0.494, 0.381. The lowest index is soongin 0.216. Urban flood risk index developed in this study can be applied to other regions in Korea for establishing national water resources management plan.
 Keywords
SWMM;Flood risk index;Delphi method;Cheonggyecheon;Jeongreungcheon;
 Language
Korean
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