Successful debris-flow hazard management in mountain regions is often based on the use of mathematical models. However, advanced models are generally quite complex to be applied, not entirely user-friendly and require high-performing hardware. Overcoming these drawbacks can lead to a wider diffusion of advanced modelling tools. In this work, a smart and easy-to-use modelling solution is proposed for the model TRENT2D, which simulates debris flows and hyperconcentrated flows over a mobile bed with a two-phase approach. TRENT2D was re-developed as a service and equipped with WebGIS technology. This solution transfers computational burden from local computers to a server and simplifies the management of georefer-enced inputs and outputs of the model. In addition, the new infrastructure was enriched with a BUWAL-type hazard-mapping procedure, allowing to model and evaluate hazard scenarios in a unique and complete work-ing environment.

New technology in debris-flow modelling: A WebGIS integrated solution for TRENT2D / Zorzi, Nadia; Rosatti, Giorgio; Zugliani, Daniel; Rizzi, Alessandro; Piffer, Stefano. - STAMPA. - (2016), pp. 1924-1931. ((Intervento presentato al convegno River Flow 2016 tenutosi a St. Louis, MO, USA nel 11th-14th July 2016 [10.1201/9781315644479-301].

New technology in debris-flow modelling: A WebGIS integrated solution for TRENT2D

Zorzi, Nadia;Rosatti, Giorgio;Zugliani, Daniel;
2016

Abstract

Successful debris-flow hazard management in mountain regions is often based on the use of mathematical models. However, advanced models are generally quite complex to be applied, not entirely user-friendly and require high-performing hardware. Overcoming these drawbacks can lead to a wider diffusion of advanced modelling tools. In this work, a smart and easy-to-use modelling solution is proposed for the model TRENT2D, which simulates debris flows and hyperconcentrated flows over a mobile bed with a two-phase approach. TRENT2D was re-developed as a service and equipped with WebGIS technology. This solution transfers computational burden from local computers to a server and simplifies the management of georefer-enced inputs and outputs of the model. In addition, the new infrastructure was enriched with a BUWAL-type hazard-mapping procedure, allowing to model and evaluate hazard scenarios in a unique and complete work-ing environment.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics: River flow 2016
Boca Raton, FL
CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group
978-1-138-02913-2
978-1-317-28912-8
978-1-315-64447-9
Zorzi, Nadia; Rosatti, Giorgio; Zugliani, Daniel; Rizzi, Alessandro; Piffer, Stefano
New technology in debris-flow modelling: A WebGIS integrated solution for TRENT2D / Zorzi, Nadia; Rosatti, Giorgio; Zugliani, Daniel; Rizzi, Alessandro; Piffer, Stefano. - STAMPA. - (2016), pp. 1924-1931. ((Intervento presentato al convegno River Flow 2016 tenutosi a St. Louis, MO, USA nel 11th-14th July 2016 [10.1201/9781315644479-301].
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