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J. Morschek, R. König, S. Schneider:
"An integrated urban planning and simulation method to enforce spatial resilience towards flooding hazards Chair of Computer Science in";
in: "Symposium on Simulation for Architecure and Urban Design (SimAUD)", SimAUD (Hrg.); Eigenverlag, Atlanta, Georgia, 2019.

Urban development projects in flood-prone areas are usually
complex tasks where failures can cause disastrous outcomes.
To tackle this problem, we introduce a toolbox (Spatial
Resilience Toolbox - Flooding, short: SRTF) to integrate
flooding related aspects into the planning process. This, so
called toolbox enables stakeholders to assess risks, evaluate
designs and identify possible mitigations of flood-related
causes within the planning software environment Rhinoceros
3D and Grasshopper. The paper presents a convenient
approach to integrate flooding simulation and analysis at
various scales and abstractions into the planning process.
The toolbox conducts physically based simulations to give
the user feedback about the current state of flooding
resilience within an urban fabric. It is possible to evaluate
existing structures, ongoing developments as well as future
plans. The toolbox is designed to handle structures in a
building scale as well as entire neighborhood developments
or cities. Urban designers can optimize the spatial layout
according to flood resilience in an early phase of the planning
process. In this way, the toolbox can help to minimize the
risk of flooding and simultaneously reduces the cost arising
from the implementation and maintenance of drainage

Fluid dynamics; flood simulation; spatial resilience; Grasshopper for Rhino

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