Special Issue "Modelling of Floods in Urban Areas"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2020) | Viewed by 23812
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Interests: urban hydrology; urban resilience; rainfall-runoff modelling; flood inundation modelling; flood forecasting; calibration
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Special Issue in Water: Urban Flood Model Developments and Flood Forecasting
Interests: physical processes associated with urban flooding; model validation and uncertainty quantification; pollutant transport in river and urban catchments
Understanding the risk of flooding in urban areas is a societal priority. However, there are significant technical challenges associated with the appropriate charaterisation and representation of the numerous complex physical and hydrodinamic processes envolved.
The aim of this Special Issue is thus to publish the latest advances and developments concerning the modelling of flooding in urban areas and contribute to our scientific understanding of the flooding procceeses and the appropriate evaluation of flood risk.
It is anticipated that this issue will contain contributions of novel methodologies including (but not limited to) flood forecasting methods, data acquisition techniques, experimental research in urban drainage systems and/or sustainable drainage systems and new numerical approaches.
We further encourage the submission of original research, synthetic reviews or case study papers applying numerical or experimental modelling techniques in order to study the following topics:
Shallow overland flows over urban terrains
Evaluation of urban flood risk
Drainage system/surface flow interactions
Calibration and validation
The accepted papers will be published as open access ensuring widespread availability.
Dr. Jorge Leandro
Dr. James Shucksmith
Manuscript Submission Information
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- urban drainage
- surface flow
- shallow water equations
- flood forecasting