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Kidyaeva Vera1; Chernomorets Sergey1; Krylenko Inna1; Wei Fangqiang2; Petrakov Dmitry1; Su Pengcheng2; Yang Hongjuan2; Xiong Junnan2
Source Publicationfrontiersofearthscience
AbstractThis research is devoted to Tangjiashan Lake, a quake landslide-dammed lake, situated in Sichuan Province, China, which was formed by a landslide triggered by the Wenchuan Earthquake on 12 May 2008. A STREAM_2D two-dimensional hydrodynamic model of Russia was applied to simulate the process of two flood scenarios: 1, lake dam outbreak, and 2, dam overtopping. An artificial dam outbreak was made after the earthquake to lower the water level of the lake in 2008, which led to a great flood with a maximum water discharge of more than 6400 m(3)/s. The negative impact of the flood was reduced by a timely evacuation of the population. Flood hazards still remain in the event of new landslides into the lake and lake dam overtopping (Scenario 2), in which case a maximum water discharge at the dam crest would reach 5000 m(3)/s, placing the population of Shabacun and Shilingzi villages in the zone of flood impact.
Funding Project[Science and Technology Support Project of Sichuan Province] ; [International Cooperation Project of the Ministry of Science and Technology of China] ; [Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR)]
Document Type期刊论文
First Author Affilication中国科学院水利部成都山地灾害与环境研究所
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Kidyaeva Vera,Chernomorets Sergey,Krylenko Inna,et al. modelingpotentialscenariosofthetangjiashanlakeoutburstandriskassessmentinthedownstreamvalley[J]. frontiersofearthscience,2017,11(3):579.
APA Kidyaeva Vera.,Chernomorets Sergey.,Krylenko Inna.,Wei Fangqiang.,Petrakov Dmitry.,...&Xiong Junnan.(2017).modelingpotentialscenariosofthetangjiashanlakeoutburstandriskassessmentinthedownstreamvalley.frontiersofearthscience,11(3),579.
MLA Kidyaeva Vera,et al."modelingpotentialscenariosofthetangjiashanlakeoutburstandriskassessmentinthedownstreamvalley".frontiersofearthscience 11.3(2017):579.
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