Presentations

Presentations

A series of roadshows have been held around the country to update the industry on the progress made to date. As the presentations are constantly being updated to reflect the most up to date progress only the most recent presentations will be available for download.

ARR at HWRS 2015:

Australian Rainfall and Runoff - The Interim Climate Change Guidelines - Bates et al
Preliminary Assessment of the Impact of Climate Change on Design Rainfall IFD Curves - Bates et al
Is ARR 2015 A Watershed Moment for How We Manage Hydrologic Data? - Brady et al
Transitioning Drainage into Urban Water Cycle Management - Coombes
WRF Simulations of Future Changes in Rainfall IFD Curves over Greater Sydney - Evans et al
Creating Long Duration Areal Reduction Factors - Podger et al
Very Frequent Design Rainfalls - An Enhancement to the New IFDs - The et al
National Estimate of Rare Design Rainfall - Green et al
Benchmarking estimates of Intensity-Frequency-Duration (IFD) design rainfalls for the Current Climate Regime - Beesley et al
Analysis of loss values for Australian rural catchments to underpin ARR guidance - Hill et al
Assessing the credibility of downscaled rainfall extremes for the Greater Sydney region - a novel approach using blended radar/gauge data - Jakob et al
Application of Spatial and Space-Time Patterns of Design Rainfall to Design Flood Estimation - Jordan et al
Developing water level maps in the joint probability zone influence by extreme tide and rainfall events - Leonard et al
Testing on Monte Carlo and Design Event Models for Flood Estimation - Ling et al
Testing of continuous simulation models for flood estimation - Pokhrel et al
Short Duration Areal Reduction Factors: Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane - Stensmyr et al
Comparison of catchment average rainfall IFD analysis to 2013 IFD and ARFs - Stensmyr et al
Testing design inputs from various ARR revision projects within a Monte Carlo framework - Loveridge et al
Estimation of pre-burst rainfalls for design flood estimation in Australia - Loveridge et al
Testing the suitability of rainfall temporal patterns ensembles for design flood estimation - Loveridge et al
A Tail of Two Models: Estimating the Annual Exceedance Probability of Probable Maximum Precipitation - Nathan et al
The need for future updating of Australian Rainfall and Runoff - Ball et al
Testing the incorporation of at site data with the RFFE Model 2015 - Retallick et al
Testing the RFFE Model 2015 - Weeks et al
Evolving an Australian Design Procedure for Structure Blockages - Rigby et al
Outcomes from a pilot study to investigate pre-burst rainfall depths for Australian catchments - Scorah et al
Incorporating Design Life into Flood Risk Assessment - a Guidence for Stationary and  Non-Stationary Conditions - Thomson et al
Planning for Flood Risk - McLuckie et al
Revised Guidance on Selection of Approaches to Flood Estimation - Nathan et al
The New Regional Flood Frequency Estimation Model for Australia: RFFE Model 2015 - Rahman et al
Defining and Calculating Continuing Loss for Flood Estimation - Lang et al
Database Underpinning the RFFE Model 2015 in the New Australian Rainfall and Runoff - Rahman et al
Combining long and short duration areal reduction factors - Podger et al
Is the Science and Data underpinning the Rational Method Robust for use in Evolving Urban Catchments - Coombes et al

 

Project presentations:
Project 15 (Perth May 2013)

General ARR update presentations:
ARR Update (October 2013)
ARR Update (Perth May 2013)
ARR Update (Port Macquarie May 2013)

Older presentations:

Presentations from the NSW Flood Mitigation Conference 2010:
ARR Workshop:
ARR Workshop 1
ARR Workshop 2
ARR Workshop 3
ARR Workshop 4
ARR Workshop 5
ARR Workshop 6
ARR Workshop 7

Two Dimensional Modelling:
2D Modelling 1
2D Modelling 2
2D Modelling 3

Download Roadshow presentations:
Download ARR Roadshow Presentation - General - Canberra July 09
Download ARR Roadshow Presentation - IFD Revision - Canberra July 09
Download a Project 15 presentation on 2D Flood Modelling in Urban Areas
Download a Project 10 presentation on People and Vehicles stability

 

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