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November 2017

STE4 / Water supply networks. Exercice Excel file uploaded

STE5 / PIFE. Projects started on 6 November. This year's topic.

October 2017
Research. Porosity-based shallow water models for urban flood modelling. A short description and application examples.

EGC3 / Maths.
Updated contents & objectives

Published paper.
A critical assessment of flux and source term closures in shallow water models with porosity for urban flood simulations. Advances in Water Resources, 109, 133-157. Link to AWR site, DOI resource, HAL preprint

September 2017
STE4 / MMI2. Complementary explanations on vector base change available here.

Accepted paper.
V. Guinot. 2017. A critical assessment of flux and source term closures in shallow water models with porosity for urban flood simulations. Advances in Water Resources, accepted 3 Sept. 2017. Link to AWR site, DOI resource.

June 2017 Published paper. V Guinot. 2017. Consistency and bicharacteristic analysis of integral porosity shallow water models. Explaining model oversensitivity to grid design. Advances in Water Resources, 107, 34-55. Link to HAL, AWR site, DOI resource
The story in short. Right after writing the DIP paper with Brett and Jochen, I realised integral porosity models are more sensitive to mesh design than the single porosity and multiple porosity models. This led me to investigate the consistency and wave propagation properties of integral porosity models. The analysis leads to a number of mesh design guidelines for integral porosity models.

Accepted paper.
N. Mazzilli, V. Guinot, H. Jourde, N. Lecoq, D. Labat, B. Arfib, C. Baudement, C. Danquigny, L. Dal Soglio, D. Bertin. KarstMod: A modelling platform for rainfall - discharge analysis and modelling dedicated to karst systems. Environmental Modelling & Software. Link to EMS site, DOI resource

May 2017
Published paper. V Guinot, BF Sanders, J Schubert. 2017. Dual integral porosity shallow water model for urban flood modelling, Advances in Water Resources, 103, 16-31. Link to HAL preprint, AWR site, DOI resource
The story in short. This paper presents an improved version of the Integral Porosity (IP) shallow water model for the fast simulation of urban floods. This new version is called "Dual Integral Porosity" because it replicates for the variables and fluxes the dual nature of the porosity originally introduced in the IP formalism. The new model is significantly more accurate than the IP version

February 2017 Accepted paper. V Guinot, BF Sanders, J Schubert. Dual integral porosity shallow water model for urban flood modelling, Advances in Water Resources, accepted 10.02.2017.