Coupled One and Two-Dimensional Modelling in Urban Catchments-Reducing Uncertainty in Flood Estimation

Publisher:
Engineers Australia
Publication Type:
Conference Proceeding
Citation:
Proceedings of H2009 the 32nd Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, 2009, pp. 420 - 429
Issue Date:
2009-01
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This study tests the 1D/2D coupled modelling approach on its ability to emulate the âroadâ portion of runoff which is conveyed in the kerb/gutter alignment. The event modelled is an approximately 1 in 1 year ARI event in magnitude. Given itâs small ARI it may be supposed that it is mainly comprised of runoff from impervious surfaces (10% roof and 90% road and others). In the event flow from the road moves as sheet flow to the kerb where it is routed to inflow pits. Via the pits it enters the pipe and at the downstream end of the pipe it is gauged. The modelling system is found to be capable of matching the gauged hydrograph for the relatively small event very well. What is also found however is that model parameters that might, in a 1D model, be relatively well informed by field inspection, are instead required to be altered outside recommended ranges in order to optimise the fit between gauged and modelled flow. That is, there is a degree of conceptualisation in the 1D/2D system that was unexpected.
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