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Title
Prediction of Typhoon-induced Storm Surge, Waves and Coastal Inundation in the Suyeong River Area, South Korea: A Case Study during Typhoon Chaba
Author(s)
육진희조민수
Publisher
Coastal Education and Research Foundation
Publication Year
2019-09-09
Abstract
Typhoon-induced storm surge and high waves caused coastal inundation and resulting coastal damages in the south-eastern coast of South Korea (the Republic of Korea), especially in the Suyeong River Area (SRA), Busan during typhoon Chaba (201618) which occurred early in October 2016. This study developed a prediction system based on weather and tide-surge-wave models to guide countermeasures against coastal inundation. The weather prediction model is named K-MPAS (KISTI - Model for Prediction Across Scales), and was optimized by KISTI to more accurately predict typhoons in the Western Pacific Ocean. The tide-surge-wave model ADCIRC+SWAN, a widely-used model, is based on a flexible unstructured grid with a more detailed grid for the region of interest (SRA). As a case study, the meteorological condition, storm-surge, and waves due to typhoon Chaba were predicted using this prediction system, and are presented and discussed in terms of the typhoon track, surface pressure, wind, storm-surge, waves, and resultant coastal inundation in the SRA. The model results were in good agreement with observations, thus this prediction system can provide a reliable service for coastal disaster management.
Keyword
Storm surge; waves; coastal inundation; the Suyeong River Area; typhoon Chaba
Journal Title
Journal of coastal research : JCR;
ISSN
0749-0208
DOI
10.2112/si91-032.1
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7. KISTI 연구성과 > 학술지 발표논문
URI
https://repository.kisti.re.kr/handle/10580/16242
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