Retention potential study at the Inn
The Chair of Hydrology and River Basin Management guides the subproject 4 of the assembled research project Retention potential study at the Inn. In collaboration with Dr. Winfried Willems (IAWG - Hydrology, Applied Water Resources Management and Geoinformatics, Ottobrunn) it will be developed a multivariate flood statistic using the Copula technique. For doing this, we will examine the streamflow time series of 15 gauging stations at the Inn, at Inns tributaries and at the Danube.
The subproject 4 deals with the following research tasks:
1. Description of the relationship between the direct flow peak, the direct flow volume, the rising time and the base flow of the flood events using the Copula Model
2. Generation of 10000 realizations of the direct flow peak, the direct flow volume, the rising time and the base flow and description of the corresponding waves using the Kozeny function.
3. Generation of flood events with multiple peaks on the basis of a Kozeny decomposition
4. Design and realisation of models comprehending multiple gauging stations for the generation of flood events.
Investor: Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Consumer Protection
Project start: 01.02.2016
Project end: 28.02.2017
Project management: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Disse (email@example.com)
Project assistance: Dr. Winfried Willems; Giorgia Marcolini, M.Sc.