Water is vital to life on earth. Because of the earth’s natural water cycle, water is a recyclable resource. Since the distribution of water is not always uniform across the earth, the threat of flood, debris flow, and turbidity is ever present.
The purpose of this study is to use HPC to develop models that can predict watershed runoff, the increase of water levels in channels, and turbidity in reservoirs. These models can be used to help decision-makers make more educated and potentially life-saving decisions in time of flood.
Academy: Foundation, Research, and Papers Published
- The Development of a Watershed Runoff Prediction Model
- The Development of a Water Level Prediction Model using the High-order Scheme
- The Development of a 3D Reservoir Turbidity Prediction Model
Government: Practical Applications and Disaster Mitigation Research
- The Study of an Integrated Cooperative Platform for Hydrological Observation and the Development of a Flood Prediction Model
- The Development of a Watershed Runoff Estimation Prediction Model
- The Study of 3D Turbidity Movement in Reservoirs and the Development of a Fish Ladder Flow Field Model
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