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Michel Raymond

This paper presents the methods used to apply a Flood Operation Simulation Model, and the methods used to present results of thousands of flood simulations in a way that different operational options could be compared. The approach was found to be valuable to understand the capacity of the dams to mitigate floods. The study identified shortcomings for the conventional design event approach to flood estimation. A broader range of stochastic floods was an advantage to assess flood mitigation performance and extreme floods of interest to dam safety.

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    2014  Papers

    2014 – Wivenhoe Somerset Dam Optimisation Study – Simulating Dam Operations for Numerous Floods

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    2015  Papers

    2015 – A Methodology for Shortlisting Numerous Flood Mitigation Storage Options in Catchments

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    2018  Papers

    2018 – Exploring the Potential of Advanced Instrumentation in Physical Hydraulic Modelling for Spillway Design

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    2019  Papers

    2019 – One Breach or More? Assessment of Potential Multiple Flood Overtopping Dam Breaches and Sequencing

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    2019  Papers

    2019 – Understanding Reservoir Sedimentation in South East Queensland

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    2012  Papers

    2012 – North Pine Dam – January 2011 Flood of Record Lessons Learned

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    2011  Papers

    2011 – January 2011 Brisbane River Floods and Examination by Media of the Dam Operations

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