DynAlp — a project about the influences of climate change and city development on the urban drainage system.
Climate Change is an essential part within the DynAlp Project. Research focuses on heavy rainfall events under Alpine conditions.
Together with Climate change Urban Development is an important driver for the water infrastructure. A model to simulate city growth is developed.
Urban drainage is crucial to provide a high standard of living. Hence a hydrodynamic model of the sewer system provides data for further analysis.
Risk & Adaptation
Identification of urban regions at pluvial flooding risk, vulnerability and risk analysis and further strategies to adapt urban drainage infrastructure.
State of the art visualisation within a web application is provided. Elements of the workflow and benchmarking results are administered via the web.
Highlights & Future
Find out about project highlights, special simulations performed and steps planned for the future
University of Innsbruck - Unit for Environmental Egineering
hydro & meteo GmbH & Co KG
Austrian Climate Research Program