I have had a go at this in the past and simply added a uniform
sea-level rise value to all of my tide gauge measurements used to
force water level at the boundary. I wanted to look at changes in
water level by 2100 under different IPCC sea-level rise predictions,
so just added 0.72 m and 0.98 m to all of the values in the .bct
files. I am unaware of a more dynamic option than that in Delft!
Hope that helps,
Thank you, I also has same idea. However, I still doubt about it due
to i don't find that method in some references such in SCI paper/journal.
Do you have some references to support your method/idea? Let me know
if you have it.
Thank you in advance
I have used this article to reference adding incremental sea-level
rise projections to a boundary condition: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0117030
This paper used this method to simulate flood inundation using
LISFLOOD. I hope that helps!
Thank you very much for providing a reference for me.