2022/12/20 14:00 Prof. Guan-Yu Chen(Department of Oceanography, NSYSU)

Poster:Post date:2022-12-15
NCU IHOS Seminar Announcement

Title:Inundation of Tsunami Waves


Speaker:Prof. Guan-Yu Chen

Department of Oceanography, NSYSU


Place:S-325, Science Building 1

  This talk comprises three parts. The current situation of tsunami forecast is briefly introduced in the first part. Then, a real-time simulation method for nearshore tsunami inundation is discussed based on reciprocal Green’s Functions. This method, dubbed REGF/RFGF approach, is shown to be the most comprehensive method so that accuracy and economy are in good balance. In the third part, various waveforms and their runup heights/inundation distances are discussed. The result provides the worst scenario in a constant slope and can be used in a pre-calculated tsunami inundation map.
- Guan-Yu Chen, Chin-Chu Liu, and Cheng-Chung Yao, 2015, A Forecast System for Offshore Water Surface Elevation With Inundation Map Integrated for Tsunami Early Warning, IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, doi: 10.1109/JOE.20 13.2295948.
- Chen G.-Y. and Liu, C.-C., 2020. Reciprocal Elevation and Flow Green's Functions and the Simulation of nearshore Tsunami Inundation, Ocean Eng., 210, 107497, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oceaneng.2020.107497.
- Lin, J.-H., Chen, Y.-F., Liu, C.-C., Chen, G.-Y., 2014. Building a pre-calculated quick forecast system for tsunami runup height. J. Earthq. Tsunami 8 (3), 1440002. https://doi.org/10.1142/S1793431114400028.
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