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Modeling of the 2001 lava flow at Etna volcano by a Cellular Automata approach
Modeling of the 2001 lava flow at Etna volcano by a Cellular Automata approach,10.1016/j.envsoft.2006.10.005,Environmental Modelling and Software,Anna
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Annamaria Vicari
,
Herault Alexis
,
Ciro Del Negro
,
Mauro Coltelli
,
Maria Marsella
,
Cristina Proietti
The 2D
Cellular Automata
model, MAGFLOW, simulates lava flows and an algorithm based on the
Monte Carlo
approach solves the an isotropic flow direction problem. The model was applied to reproduce a lava flow formed during the 2001 Etna eruption. This eruption provided the opportunity to verify the ability of MAGFLOW to simulate the path of lava flows which was made possible due to the availability of the necessary data for both modeling and subsequent validation. MAGFLOW reproduced quite accurately the spread of flow. A good agreement was highlighted between the simulated and observed length on steep slopes, whereas the area covered by the lava flow tends to be overestimated. The major inconsistencies found in the comparison between simulated and observed lava flow due to neglecting the effects of ephemeral vent for mation.
Journal:
Environmental Modelling and Software  ENVSOFT
, vol. 22, no. 10, pp. 14651471, 2007
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10.1016/j.envsoft.2006.10.005
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...These have included the development and application of cellular automata models (e.g., Crisci et al. 1986; Barca et al. 1993; Del Negro et al. 2005), including SCIARA (Crisci et al. 2004) and MAGFLOW (Alexis et al. 2009; Del Negro et al. 2008;
Vicari et al. 2007, 2009
)...
Andrew J. L. HarrisMassimiliano
,
et al.
Hazard assessment at Mount Etna using a hybrid lava flow inundation mo...
...proposed by Vicari [
4
] that is based on a Cellular Automata approach...
...There are four types of update state changing model in fluid dynamic CA as shown in Fig. 2, such as growth model [
4
][7], IcingLike dynamic model [7], moving model [3][8] and majority model [9]...
Kohei Arai
,
et al.
A Cellular Automata Based Approach for Prediction of Hot Mudflow Disas...
...In this paper we want to show the simple model of mudflow movement using assumption that mudflow is similar to fluid flow, Albertini[6] and lava flow, Vicari[
15
]...
Achmad Basuki
,
et al.
Modeling and Simulation of Hot Mudflow Movement Prediction Using Cellu...
...If syneruption data are available, the analysis of results can be performed throughout the whole flow emplacement [
Vicari et al., 2007
] and not only at its end [Ishihara et al., 1989; Miyamoto and Sasaki, 1997; Crisci et al., 2004; Hidaka et al., 2005]...
...A first quantitative analysis is represented by the simulation of the main 2001 Etna lava flow [
Vicari et al., 2007
]...
...2001 and 2004 Etna LFs
Vicari et al. [2007]
,...
...Ishihara et al. [1989], Miyamoto and Sasaki [1997], and MAGFLOW [Del Negro et al., 2007;
Vicari et al., 2007
] models evaluate the lava exchange from the steady state solution of the NavierStokes equation for a Bingham fluid on an inclined plane [Dragoni et al., 1986], whereas SCIARA [Barca et al., 1993; Crisci et al., 2003, 2004] minimizes the difference in height among the central cell, containing a certain quantity of lava, and its ...
Cristina Proietti
,
et al.
A quantitative approach for evaluating lava flow simulation reliabilit...
...In particular, we developed the MAGFLOW cellular automata model to forecast possible lava flow paths and to predict in near real time the evolution of the phenomena during ongoing eruptions (
Vicari et al. 2007;
Herault et al. 2007)...
...The model was validated comparing simulated lava flows with the real ones of 2001 Etna eruption, showing that the code works properly fitting wellconstrained eruption data sets (
Vicari et al. 2007
)...
...In order to solve this problem we used a Monte Carlo approach (
Vicari et al. 2007
)...
Ciro Del Negro
,
et al.
Simulations of the 2004 lava flow at Etna volcano using the magflow ce...
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