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J. H. Green and P. I. Hill

Early Probable Maximum Flood (PMF) studies and spillway adequacy assessments for Hume Dam adopted the standards based approach of the time. Since then considerable work and thought has gone into the estimation of extreme floods – both the philosophy and the practice. These changes include the general change in emphasis away from a standards based approach and towards risk assessment; the move towards an AEP-neutral approach for the transformation of extreme rainfalls to extreme floods; and the redefinition of both the PMP and the PMF.

This paper details the effect these and other changes to extreme flood estimation techniques have had on the perceived adequacy of the Hume Dam spillway to pass extreme floods.

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    1998  Papers

    1998 – Developments in Extreme Flood Estimation Techniques – Hume Dam: A Case Study

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    1998  Papers

    1998 – Improved Estimates of Hydrologic Risks for Dam – Impacts of the New Flood Guidelines

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    2000  Papers

    2000 – Development of a Comprehensive Approach to Consequence Assessment

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    2001  Papers

    2001 – On the Art of Event Tree Modelling for Portfolio Risk Analyses

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    2001  Papers

    2001 – Risk Implications of the PMF and PMP Design Flood

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    2002  Papers

    2002 – Use of a Monte Carlo Framework to Characterise Hydrologic Risk

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    2012  Papers

    2012 – Development Of A Comprehensive Approach To Portfolio Consequence Assessment Using Spatial Data

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    2011  Papers

    2011 – ACHIEVING CONSISTENCY IN DERIVATION OF THE PROBABLE MAXIMUM FLOOD

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