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Overall network of upstream Muar River with 2D meshes 

Overall network of upstream Muar River with 2D meshes 

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In developing flood maps, there are two common approaches namely one-dimensional (1D) and two-dimensional (2D) hydrodynamic modelling. The 1D approach is a conventional method utilized to simulate the flood behaviors in the river channel using 1D hydrodynamic in-bank model and to map the characteristics mainly on depth and extent of flood for a par...

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... ground model could be in the form of Digital Terrain Model (DTM) or Digital Elevation Model (DEM). The overall networks of Muar River Basin with 2D meshes are shown in Figure6. At the upstream of the tributary, an inflow from the subcatchment is connected using 2D point source. ...

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