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[HDS13-01] Sensibility analysis for the inundation tsunami height due to 2018 Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami
Keywords:2018 Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami, Landslide tsuanmi, Inundation simulation
We focused on the earthquake near Palu, Indonesia on September 28, 2018. We set some tsunami sources based on the results of the field study, (by Arikawa et al.) and conducted the 300 cases of two-dimensional tsunami run-up simulations by changing the fault parameters. Next, we investigated statistically the variation of the maximum inundation depth and Froude number at the maximum inundation depth. Using the calculation results of all cases we conducted, we made groups every 0.2m from the small inundation depth and made histograms of the maximum inundation depth and Froude number for each group.
As a result, the average of Froude number increased monotonically as the maximum inundation depth increased, and the variance of Froude number tended to increase about 4 times as the maximum inundation depth increased. This corresponds to a value of Froude number of 1.5 to 2.0 times. This indicates that even if the inundation depth is the same, there is a possibility that there is a difference in tsunami force, so it is necessary to investigate the variance of the Tsunami force in the area where the inundation depth is large. In addition, it is also necessary to further study the variance of the flow velocity in numerical calculation.