Cascading Effect Simulation in Urban Areas to Access and Increase Resilience
The Tool CAESAR (Cascading Effect Simulation in urban Areas to assess and increase Resilience) addresses the need to better understand the cascading effects of major disasters in connected and interdependent urban infrastructure systems. CAESAR has the capacity to identify the most vulnerable components within individual infrastructure grids and it allows to assess potential damages within the grid as well as within coupled grids. In addition, the tool is capable to simulate mitigation strategies and their effectiveness beyond single grid boundaries. Required input parameters can be adjusted to the level of the available information enabling analyses on varying levels of detail. The tool can be applied to vital infrastructure grids such as energy, transport and telecommunication.
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- Who is it for? GovernmentOwners/OperatorsEnd UsersEngineers/Planners/Surveyors
- Phase:Prepare, Recover
- Sector: CitiesCross-Sector
- Sector specific?No
- Type: Commercial
- Maturity: In Use
- Region: Europe
- Value Chain Stage: Operate, Maintain
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