:: Volume 5, Issue 2 (6-2014) ::
GEJ 2014, 5(2): 49-58 Back to browse issues page
Stormwater Management Using Agent Based Modeling
O. Mehralian, M. S. Mesgari, R. Jalalifar
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Collecting surface water and organizing them is important issue in urban management. It is more important when rainfall caused flood streets. In this conditions, the waterways and canals network of guide and Transfer of surface water, according to water flow rate and capacity, aren’t able to control and convey surface water. As a result, many problems can arise with water overflow and passageways Flooded. Many studies have been done in this field, that represent strategy for managing urban runoff Based calculation the flow accumulation is An important part of their. Therefore, the design and implementation of a spatial and temporal system that can simulating rainfall conditions for the prediction and management of such problems can be very useful. One of the technologies in this field can be a highly efficient, is using of agent based simulation systems. The two factors of time and place are able modeling and studied together in agent based systems. In agent based modeling with using parts influence can be achieved to overall results. Thus, by using the agent-based modeling can be designed and implemented a system to manage surface water. By results of this study, areas at risk can be predicted and identify and necessary decisions be taken to deal with the crisis.
Keywords: Agent based modelling, Environment, Stormwater, GIS, DTM, Rainfall intensity
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: GIS

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