Alfred Kalyanapu
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Effect of land use-based surface roughness on hydrologic model output.
AJ Kalyanapu, SJ Burian, TN McPherson
Journal of Spatial Hydrology 9 (2), 2009
Assessment of GPU computational enhancement to a 2D flood model
AJ Kalyanapu, S Shankar, ER Pardyjak, DR Judi, SJ Burian
Environmental Modelling & Software 26 (8), 1009-1016, 2011
TRITON: A Multi-GPU open source 2D hydrodynamic flood model
M Morales-HernŠndez, MB Sharif, A Kalyanapu, SK Ghafoor, TT Dullo, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 141, 105034, 2021
Spatial probabilistic multi-criteria decision making for assessment of flood management alternatives
E Ahmadisharaf, AJ Kalyanapu, ES Chung
Journal of Hydrology 533, 365-378, 2016
M onte C arlo‐based flood modelling framework for estimating probability weighted flood risk
AJ Kalyanapu, DR Judi, TN McPherson, SJ Burian
Journal of Flood Risk Management 5 (1), 37-48, 2012
Approach to digital elevation model correction by improving channel conveyance
MNM Bhuyian, AJ Kalyanapu, F Nardi
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 20 (5), 04014062, 2015
Impact of artificial reservoir size and land use/land cover patterns on probable maximum precipitation and flood: Case of Folsom Dam on the American River
W Yigzaw, F Hossain, A Kalyanapu
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 18 (9), 1180-1190, 2013
Evaluating the effects of inundation duration and velocity on selection of flood management alternatives using multi-criteria decision making
E Ahmadisharaf, AJ Kalyanapu, ES Chung
Water Resources Management 29, 2543-2561, 2015
Accounting digital elevation uncertainty for flood consequence assessment
MNM Bhuyian, A Kalyanapu
Journal of Flood Risk Management 11, S1051-S1062, 2018
High-performance computing in water resources hydrodynamics
M Morales-HernŠndez, MB Sharif, S Gangrade, TT Dullo, SC Kao, ...
Journal of Hydroinformatics 22 (5), 1217-1235, 2020
Ensemble-based flood vulnerability assessment for probable maximum flood in a changing environment
S Gangrade, SC Kao, TT Dullo, AJ Kalyanapu, BL Preston
Journal of Hydrology 576, 342-355, 2019
A probabilistic framework for comparison of dam breach parameters and outflow hydrograph generated by different empirical prediction methods
E Ahmadisharaf, AJ Kalyanapu, BA Thames, J Lillywhite
Environmental modelling & software 86, 248-263, 2016
A probabilistic framework for floodplain mapping using hydrological modeling and unsteady hydraulic modeling
E Ahmadisharaf, AJ Kalyanapu, PD Bates
Hydrological sciences journal 63 (12), 1759-1775, 2018
Sustainability-based flood hazard mapping of the Swannanoa River watershed
E Ahmadisharaf, AJ Kalyanapu, ES Chung
Sustainability 9 (10), 1735, 2017
Climate vulnerabilities and adaptation of urban water infrastructure systems
SJ Burian, T Walsh, AJ Kalyanapu, SG Larsen
Climate vulnerability: Understanding and addressing threats to essential†…, 2013
Evaluation of parametric precipitation models in reproducing tropical cyclone rainfall patterns
JT Brackins, AJ Kalyanapu
Journal of hydrology 580, 124255, 2020
Annualised risk analysis approach to recommend appropriate level of flood control: application to S wannanoa river watershed
AJ Kalyanapu, DR Judi, TN McPherson, SJ Burian
Journal of Flood Risk Management 8 (4), 368-385, 2015
Comparison of PMP-driven probable maximum floods with flood magnitudes due to increasingly urbanized catchment: The Case of American River watershed
W Yigzaw, F Hossain, A Kalyanapu
Earth Interactions 17 (8), 1-15, 2013
Simulation of Hurricane Harvey flood event through coupled hydrologic‐hydraulic models: Challenges and next steps
TT Dullo, S Gangrade, M Morales‐HernŠndez, MB Sharif, SC Kao, ...
Journal of Flood Risk Management 14 (3), e12716, 2021
Performance evaluation of a two-dimensional flood model on heterogeneous high-performance computing architectures
MB Sharif, SK Ghafoor, TM Hines, M Morales-Hernšndez, KJ Evans, ...
Proceedings of the Platform for Advanced Scientific Computing Conference, 1-9, 2020
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