Changeset 3079


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Jun 5, 2006, 2:56:24 PM (18 years ago)
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sexton
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small updates

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  • production/onslow_2006/report/anuga.tex

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    2121\item initial condition (e.g. determined by tides)
    2222\item boundary condition (the tsunami source as described in
    23 Section \ref{sec:tsunami_scenario})
     23Section \ref{sec:tsunamiscenario})
    2424\item forcing terms (such as wind)
    2525\item definition of a mesh parameter values
  • production/onslow_2006/report/computational_setup.tex

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    1717             {../report_figures/onslow_data_poly.png}}
    1818
    19   \caption{Study area for Onslow scenario highlighting areas of increased refinement.
    20 The underlying data is as in Figure \ref{fig:onslow_data_area}.}
     19  \caption{Study area for Onslow scenario highlighting areas of increased
     20refinement.
     21The underlying data is as in Figure \ref{fig:onslowdataarea}.}
    2122  \label{fig:onslow_area}
    2223\end{figure}
    2324
    24 For the simulations, we have chosen a cell area of 500 m$^2$ per triangle for the
    25 region surrounding the Onslow town centre. It is worth noting here that the cell
    26 area will be the maximum cell area within the defined region and that each cell in
     25For the simulations, we have chosen a cell area of 500 m$^2$ per triangle
     26for the
     27region surrounding the Onslow town centre. It is worth noting here that
     28the cell
     29area will be the maximum cell area within the defined region and that each
     30cell in
    2731the region does not necessarily have the same area. The cell area is increased
    2832to 2500 m$^2$ for the region surrounding the coast and further increased
     
    3640for these cell areas is approximatly 30m, 70m, 200m and 445m for the respective
    3741areas. This means
    38 that we can only be confident in the calculated inundation extent to approximately
    39 30m lateral accuracy within the Onslow town centre.
     42that we can only be confident in the calculated inundation extent to
     43approximately 30m lateral accuracy within the Onslow town centre.
    4044Referring to the discussion in Section \ref{sec:anuga}, it is important
    4145to refine the mesh to be commensurate with the underlying data especially in
  • production/onslow_2006/report/damage.tex

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    3232There is one indigeneous community located in this study area as seen
    3333in Figure
    34 \ref{fig:gauges}. The population of the Bindibindi community is 140
     34\ref{fig:points}. The population of the Bindibindi community is 140
    3535and is situated in a potentially vulnerable location.
    3636
  • production/onslow_2006/report/data.tex

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    4747The extent of the
    4848data used for the tsunami impact modelling can be seen in the
    49 Figure \ref{onslow_data_area}. The study area covers approximately 100km of coastline
     49Figure \ref{fig:onslowdataarea}. The study area covers approximately 100km
     50of coastline
    5051and extends offshore to the 100m contour line and inshore to approximately 10m
    5152elevation.
     
    5354\begin{figure}[hbt]
    5455
    55   \centerline{ \includegraphics[width=100mm, height=75mm]{../report_figures/onslow_data_extent.png}}
     56  \centerline{ \includegraphics[width=100mm, height=75mm]
     57{../report_figures/onslow_data_extent.png}}
    5658
    57   \caption{Data extent for Onslow scenario. Offshore data shown in blue and onshore data
    58 in green.}
    59   \label{fig:onslow_data_area}
     59  \caption{Data extent for Onslow scenario. Offshore data shown in blue
     60and onshore data in green.}
     61  \label{fig:onslowdataarea}
    6062\end{figure}
    6163
  • production/onslow_2006/report/interpretation.tex

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    55in an emergency situation, such as the hospital and power station, or
    66effect recovery efforts, such as the airport and docks. These locations
    7 are described in table \ref{table:gaugelocations} and shown in
    8 Figure \ref{fig:gauges}. The supporting graphs are shown in
     7are described in table \ref{table:locations} and shown in
     8Figure \ref{fig:points}. The supporting graphs are shown in
    99Section \ref{sec:timeseries} which show how the stage and speed
    1010vary with time at a particular location. Stage is
     
    7070It is evident for each simulation that the sand dunes west of
    7171Onslow are very effective in halting the tsunami wave,
    72 see Figures \ref{fig:HAT_map}, \ref{fig:MSL_map} and
    73 \ref{fig:LAT_map}. The height of these
     72see Figures \ref{fig:HAT_max_inundation}, \ref{fig:MSL_max_inundation} and
     73\ref{fig:LAT_max_inundation}. The height of these
    7474sand dunes are approximately 10m which is more than enough to halt
    7575the largest of the tsunami waves which occurs for the
    76761.5 AHD simulation. There is inundation between the sand dunes at high
    77 tide, Figure \ref{fig:HAT_map}, however, this water
     77tide, Figure \ref{fig:HAT_max_inundation}, however, this water
    7878penetrated from the north east (via
    7979Onslow town centre) rather than seaward.
  • production/onslow_2006/report/onslow_2006_report.tex

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    5252   
    5353  \section{Tsunami scenarios}
    54     \label{sec:tsunami_scenarios}
     54    \label{sec:tsunamiscenario}
    5555    \input{tsunami_scenario}
    5656
     
    106106 
    107107
    108    \section{Damage modelling}
     108  \section{Damage modelling}
     109   \label{sec:damage}
    109110     \input{damage}
     111
    110112\input{MSL_damage}
    111113 \clearpage
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