Generation of a Design Flood-Event Scenario for a Mountain River with Intense Sediment Transport
AbstractInternational directives encourage the incorporation of sediment transport analyses into flood risk assessment, in recognition of the significant role played by sediment in flood hazard. However, examples of risk analysis frameworks incorporating the effect of sediment transport are still not widespread in the literature, resulting in a lack of clear guidelines. This manuscript considers a study site in the Italian Alps and presents a hydro-morphologic model for generation of flood scenarios towards hazard assessment. The analysis is concentrated on a design flood event with 100-year return period, for which an outflowing discharge is computed as a result of the river modeling. However, it is also argued how suitable model input parameter values can be obtained from analyses of river flows in a yearly duration curve. Modeling tools are discussed with respect to their capabilities and limitations. The results of the analysis are site-specific, but the proposed methodology can be exported to other hydro-graphic basins. View Full-Text
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Radice, A.; Longoni, L.; Papini, M.; Brambilla, D.; Ivanov, V.I. Generation of a Design Flood-Event Scenario for a Mountain River with Intense Sediment Transport. Water 2016, 8, 597.
Radice A, Longoni L, Papini M, Brambilla D, Ivanov VI. Generation of a Design Flood-Event Scenario for a Mountain River with Intense Sediment Transport. Water. 2016; 8(12):597.Chicago/Turabian Style
Radice, Alessio; Longoni, Laura; Papini, Monica; Brambilla, Davide; Ivanov, Vladislav I. 2016. "Generation of a Design Flood-Event Scenario for a Mountain River with Intense Sediment Transport." Water 8, no. 12: 597.
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