By Philippe Gourbesville, Jean Cunge, Guy Caignaert
The e-book is a suite of prolonged papers which were chosen for presentation through the SIMHYDRO 2012 convention held in Sophia Antipolis in September 2012. The papers current the state-of-the-art numerical simulation in domain names reminiscent of (1) New traits in modelling for marine, river & city hydraulics; (2) Stakeholders & practitioners of simulation; (3) 3D CFD & purposes. All papers were peer reviewed and via medical committee participants with document approximately caliber, content material and originality. the objective viewers for this e-book comprises scientists, engineers and practitioners desirous about the sector of numerical modelling within the water region: flood administration, average assets upkeep, hydraulic machineries, and innovation in numerical tools, 3D advancements and purposes.
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Though roughly matching with the results we get with other complete 2D SWEs–based models, some areas around buildings which are founded to be flooded with other models are not with MIKE SHE. Moreover, runoff hydrodynamic over flat areas and pounded areas is inaccurately treated. This is due to the fact that only gravitational forces are considerate for flow motion within MIKE SHE . Therefore, we stopped to considerate this modeling tool use as relevant for our objectives as these aspects are an important issue for our purpose.
Relevance of this approach is raised up. Á Á Á Á Keywords Flood risk assessment Surface runoff modeling Industrial site 2D shallow water equations MIKE TELEMAC Á 1 Introduction Flood risk over industrial sites includes surface runoff generated by intense pluvial events. For sensitive industrial sites, this risk has to be assessed as it might lead to issues for industrial activities, environment, and for human protection. A new guide for nuclear power plant protection against flooding risk has been elaborated by the Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire (IRSN) for the French Safety Authority (ASN).
Next, results are presented and discussed, comparing performance and limits of tested numerical modeling tools. Finally, a feedback on validity, limits, and relevance of standard numerical modeling tool performance for high-resolution runoff modeling in runoff SFRS context is raised up. 1 Tested Categories of Numerical Modeling Tools A numerical modeling approach classically requires different aspects to be regarded before its application, mainly including the objectives of the model, the physical processes included through model’s mathematical formulation, the dimension of the phenomena, the numerical scheme, and the numerical method used for discretization of the continuous phenomena and to resolve equations.