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Modelling Weirs in Two-Dimensional Shallow Water Models
[Abstract] 2D models based on the shallow water equations are widely used in river hydraulics. However, these models can present deficiencies in those cases in which their intrinsic hypotheses are not fulfilled. One of ...
Analysis of two sources of variability of basin outflow hydrographs computed with the 2D shallow water model Iber: Digital Terrain Model and unstructured mesh size
[Abstract:] Modelling hydrological processes with fully distributed models based on the shallow water equations implies a high computational cost, which often limits the resolution of the computational mesh. Therefore, in ...
Modelling Pluvial Flooding in Urban Areas Coupling the Models Iber and SWMM
[Abstract] Dual urban drainage models allow users to simulate pluvial urban flooding by analysing the interaction between the sewer network (minor drainage system) and the overland flow (major drainage system). This work ...
Comparison of three different numerical implementations to model rainfall-runoff transformation on roofs
[Abstract:] Roofs represent a high percentage of the impervious surfaces in urban areas, and hence their implementation in urban drainage models is essential for accurate results to be achieved. Current modelling approaches ...