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공지사항 Vflo 활용 세미나 (12월 7일 13시)
2011-11-03 16:04:50
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안녕하세요? 둘째날 Vflo 활용 세미나 내용입니다. 1.일시: 2012년 12월 7일 13시 2.장소: 서울(별도 공지 예정) 3. 세미나 내용 : Distributed flood forecasting for emergency response and flood management Dr. Baxter Vieux in association with Woorimtech, Inc. Dr. Vieux is an expert in hydrology with specialties in stormwater modeling, radar rainfall, geographic information systems, and distributed hydrologic modeling. He holds an academic appointment as full professor at the University of Oklahoma. Over one hundred publications appear as book chapters, refereed journal articles, and papers in conference proceedings. He is the author of Distributed Hydrologic Modeling Using GIS, and co-author of Hydrology and Floodplain Analysis. As principal and chief technology officer in his engineering firm, Vieux & Associates, he oversees development of radar rainfall and distributed flood monitoring systems; and performs consulting studies in design storm development, water quality, and stormwater flooding. Abstract Advances in numerical methods, geospatial data, and radar technology for the detection and forecasting of complex precipitation patterns, help to characterize the performance of urban drainage infrastructure at both regional and local scales. Distributed flood forecasting depends on three subsystems to support real-time operations. The basis for predicting flood hazards consists of 1) distributed model hydraulics, 2) radar derived QPE accuracy evaluation, and 3) hydrologic forecast accuracy in basins that range in size from 10 to over 300 km2. The predictability of the hydrologic response in urban, rural, and mixed basins depends on adequate representation of the physical system by model hydraulics, soil moisture, and accuracy of quantitative precipitation estimates derived from radar and rain gauge observations. Seminar Program – 3 hours 13:00-13:20 Registration and Welcome 13:20-14:20 Distributed model hydraulics and hydrology This presentation will describe the distributed and physics-based approach that relies on the hydraulics of runoff to estimate hydrologic response. Examples of the Vflo model will be used to demonstrate distributed hydrologic modeling principles. 14:20-14:30 Break 14:30-15:00 Quantitative precipitation from radar and rain gauge sensors Representative and accurate rainfall over a watershed requires an innovative approach to combining radar and rain gage observations that preserves intensities, depths, and spatial distribution. Event and continuous analysis of rainfall with statistical characterization will be demonstrated. 15:00-16:00 Software technology for continuous forecasting and event-based analysis Software advances support the representation of the watershed including overland and channel slope, drainage hydraulics, soil moisture, and accuracy of quantitative precipitation estimates. Automated procedures will be demonstrated that assist in the development of models that representative of the complex and diverse characteristics of urban, rural, and mixed watershed land use/cover. 많은 관심 부탁드립니다. 감사합니다.