DEVELOPMENT OF FLOOD HAZARD MAPPING FOR SELANGOR RIVER

MINIS STRY OF NATU URAL RESOUR RCES AND EN NVIRONMENT (NRE)

NATIO ONAL HYDRAU ULIC RESEAR RCH INSTITUTE OF MALAYS SIA (NAHR RIM)

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By: LIEW YUK SAN RESEARCH OFFICER

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OUTLINE
• • • • STUDY OBJECTIVES STUDY AREA WHY SELANGOR RIVER? OUTPUT OF STUDY

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STUDY OBJECTIVES
• To develope a complete river model using InfoWorks River Simulation consisting of hydrological, hydraulic and ground model (Covering main river system and flood plain) • To generate a flood risk map based on p various return period • To provide quick results on flood impact due to probable human activities within a catchment. 3

STUDY AREA
• Located at northern part of the state of Selangor. Selangor • Catchment area: 1960km2 • The main river: River Selangor • Length of river: 110km • Major tributaries are River Kerling, River Kubu, River Rening, River Batang Kali, River Buloh and River Sembah.
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STUDY AREA

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Selangor River Catchment
UPSTREAM SUNGAI SELANGOR
ID Hu l u ID ke rl i n g

DOWNSTREAM SUNGAI SELANGOR

ID ri z rj m u sa ID B a ta n g K a l i

ID se m b a h fl o w

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WHY SELANGOR RIVER?
• Availability of river survey data together with the ground elevation of the flood plain within 500m to 2km at each side of the river. • It is a potential area to be developed since the adjacent Klang Valley development is almost reaching saturation level in the near future.
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FLOOD DEPTH CONTOUR

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FLOOD SIMULATIONS

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SIMULATION OF FLOOD EXAMPLE

Start – 0 hour

After 20 hours

After 40 hours

After 60 hours

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Flood Risk Map With Different Average Recurrence Interval according to Land Use

ARI of 100 years

ARI of 50 years

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OUTPUT OF STUDY
• Automatic flood map delineation can be done with the combination of hydrological, hydraulic and ground model. • Flood Risk Map could be a quick decision pp y y p support system tool to study the impact of either human activities(planned/unplanned) y at catchment area of a river system.

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