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Medium-Sized City Pedestrian Evacuation in a Flood Context: Simulation using an Agent Based Model

Abstract : This paper proposes a numerical simulation of a preventive pedestrian evacuation process in response to an imminent risk of dam failure. The simulation is performed in a flood context and four flooding scenarios of the involved river (the Gardon ďAlès, France) are analyzed. The aim is to evaluate the impact of such a flood on the pedestrian walkability of the road network and therefore on the time required to evacuate the population in such a context. The simulation is supported by the multi-agent platform GAMA (Taillandier et al. 2021), to which was integrated a simplified Social Force Model (Helbing and Molnár 1995). The study case is the French town of Ales, middle-sized city threatened by a dam failure and prone to heavy rainfall.
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Cyril Orengo, Florian Tena-Chollet, Sophie Sauvagnargues. Medium-Sized City Pedestrian Evacuation in a Flood Context: Simulation using an Agent Based Model. ESREL 2022 - The 32nd European Safety and Reliability Conference, Aug 2022, Dublin, Ireland. ⟨10.3850/978-981-18-5183-4_R12-16-546-cd⟩. ⟨hal-03763604⟩

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