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r7236 r7241 819 819 \end{equation} 820 820 These values for the two aforementioned simulations are given in 821 Table~\ref{table:inundationAreas} %FIXME (Ole): The left hand side of 822 %these equations are not areas  consider another symbol. 821 Table~\ref{table:inundationAreas}. High value of both $\rho_{in}$ and $\rho_{out}$ indicates 822 that the model overestimates the impact whereas low values of both quantities would indicate 823 an underestimation. A high value of $\rho_{in}$ combined with a low value of $\rho_{out}$ 824 indicates a good model prediction of the survey. 823 825 824 826 Discrepancies between the survey data and the modelled inundated … … 919 921 friction coefficient, changing waveheight at the 100 m depth contour, 920 922 and the presence and absence of buildings in the elevation dataset on 921 model maximum inundation. 923 model maximum inundation. The reference model is the one reported in 924 Figure~\ref{fig:inundationcomparison1cm} (right) with friction = 0.01, 925 buildings included and the boundary condition produced by the URSGA model. 922 926 923 927 %========================Friction==========================% … … 969 973 \label{table:inundationAreas} 970 974 \caption{$\rho_{in}$ and $\rho_{out}$ of the reference simulation and all sensitivity studies} 971 \begin{tabular}{ ccc}975 \begin{tabular}{lcc} 972 976 \hline 973 977 & $\rho_{in}$ & $\rho_{out}$ \\ 974 978 \hline\hline 975 Reference & 0.76 & 0.22\\976 Min. Friction & Ã &\\977 Max. Friction & Ã &\\978 Min. WaveHeightÃ & Ã &\\979 Max. WaveHeightÃ & Ã &\\980 No Buildings Ã & Ã &\\979 Reference model & 0.79 & 0.20\\ 980 Friction = 0.0003 & 0.83 & 0.26 \\ 981 Friction = 0.03 & 0.67 & 0.09\\ 982 Boundary wave hight minus 10 cm & 0.77 & 0.17 \\ 983 Boundary wave hight plus 10 cm & 0.82 & 0.22 \\ 984 No Buildings & 0.94 & 0.44 \\ 981 985 \hline 982 986 \end{tabular}
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