User Tools

Site Tools


start:hype_tutorials:floodplain_tutorial

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
start:hype_tutorials:floodplain_tutorial [2018/06/11 08:30]
cpers
start:hype_tutorials:floodplain_tutorial [2018/06/12 09:04] (current)
cpers
Line 52: Line 52:
   * Lake, river and floodplains evaporates according to the value of the evaporation parameters (''​cevp'',​ ''​ttmp'',​ both land use dependent) for the land use defined for these classes.   * Lake, river and floodplains evaporates according to the value of the evaporation parameters (''​cevp'',​ ''​ttmp'',​ both land use dependent) for the land use defined for these classes.
   * Surface runoff recession coefficient (''​srrcs'',​ land use dependent) should be set to 1 for lake and river classes with floodplains. Then no water will be left standing on the dry part of the floodplain, but will be added to the flooded water.   * Surface runoff recession coefficient (''​srrcs'',​ land use dependent) should be set to 1 for lake and river classes with floodplains. Then no water will be left standing on the dry part of the floodplain, but will be added to the flooded water.
 +  * There is a possibility to (temporary) replace the some of the data in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​flooddata.txt|FloodData.txt]] with model parameters (in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​par.txt|par.txt]]). This possibility can be used to (automatically) calibrate the elevation thresholds and recession coefficients. The parameters are general parameters, and thus only one floodplain can be in the set-up or all floodplains in the set-up will have the same parameter values during calibration. The use of this calibration parameters are set with a parameter ''​optonoff'',​ and the parameters are called ''​opt1'',​ .., ''​opt8''​. The parameters are described in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​par.txt|par.txt]].
start/hype_tutorials/floodplain_tutorial.txt ยท Last modified: 2018/06/12 09:04 by cpers