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A new model for consideration of flow velocity in flood damage and loss prognosis
Reliable prognoses of building damage caused by flood impact require realistic relationships between action and damage or loss describing parameters. A remarkable progress is reached with the EDAC flood damage model which ...
Assessing direct flood damages using open data in diverse urban environments
Local flood risk assessments require integration of many detailed data sources from the public and private sector. In the framework of the EIT Climate-KIC Demonstrator project “SaferPLACES”, we explore how openly available ...
A tailor-made 1D hydrodynamic modelling solution for flood forecasting on the Danube catchment
The Hungarian Hydrological Forecasting Service has a long history in model based hydrological forecasting on the Danube catchment. An extensive set of semi-distributed rainfall-runoff models with advanced snow calculation ...