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https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-2020-76
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  17 Apr 2020

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Brief communication: simple-INSYDE, development of a new tool for flood damage evaluation from an existing synthetic model

Marta Galliani, Daniela Molinari, and Francesco Ballio Marta Galliani et al.
  • Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Milan, 20133, Italy

Abstract. INSYDE is a multi-variable, synthetic model for flood damage assessment to dwellings. The analysis and use of this model highlighted some weaknesses, linked to its complexity, that can undermine its usability and correct implementation. This study proposes a simplified version of INSYDE which maintains its multi-variable and synthetic nature, but has simpler mathematical formulations permitting an easier use and a direct analysis of the relation between damage and its explanatory variables.

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INSYDE is a multi-variable, synthetic model for flood damage assessment to dwellings. The analysis and use of this model highlighted some weaknesses, linked to its complexity, that can undermine its usability and correct implementation. This study proposes a simplified version of INSYDE which maintains its multi-variable and synthetic nature, but has simpler mathematical formulations permitting an easier use and a direct analysis of the relation between damage and its explanatory variables.
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