A Study on Storm Surge and Flooding Over the Coastal Area of Bangladesh

Md. Shahin Alam1 and Md. Anisur Rahman Pramanik2


1Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sonargaon University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
1Associate Professor of Mathematics, Department of Computer Science \& Engineering, Dhaka International University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Abstract: This paper articulates causes of storm surge, the many factors that influence storm surge, mathematical modeling of storm surge in three dimension, determination of areal average maximum surge height in the coastal area, determination of risk of storm surge, susceptibility to storm surge disaster due to socio economic and physical environmental factor and coastal flooding. According to discussion this paper has classified coastal flooding into five categories and risk areas into four categories.
Keywords: Storm surge, boundary conditions, risk index, hazard factor, vulnerability factor.


Cite this article as: Md. Shahin Alam and Md. Anisur Rahman Pramanik, A Study on Storm Surge and Flooding Over the Coastal Area of Bangladesh, Int. J. Math. And Appl., vol. 10, no. 1, 2022, pp. 33-41.

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