Arlex Sanchez Torres
Arlex Sanchez Torres
IHE Delft - Institutte for Water Education
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Assessing the Co-Benefits of green-blue-grey infrastructure for sustainable urban flood risk management
A Alves, B Gersonius, Z Kapelan, Z Vojinovic, A Sanchez
Journal of environmental management 239, 244-254, 2019
Holistic approach to flood risk assessment in areas with cultural heritage: a practical application in Ayutthaya, Thailand
Z Vojinovic, M Hammond, D Golub, S Hirunsalee, S Weesakul, V Meesuk, ...
Natural Hazards 81 (1), 589-616, 2016
Multi-objective rehabilitation of urban drainage systems under uncertainties
Z Vojinovic, S Sahlu, AS Torres, SD Seyoum, F Anvarifar, H Matungulu, ...
Journal of Hydroinformatics 16 (5), 1044-1061, 2014
Multi-criteria approach for selection of green and grey infrastructure to reduce flood risk and increase CO-benefits
A Alves, B Gersonius, A Sanchez, Z Vojinovic, Z Kapelan
Water Resources Management 32 (7), 2505-2522, 2018
Evolutionary and holistic assessment of green-grey infrastructure for CSO reduction
A Alves, A Sanchez, Z Vojinovic, S Seyoum, M Babel, D Brdjanovic
Water 8 (9), 402, 2016
Uso eficiente del agua
International Water and Sanitation Centre, CINARA, 2004
Combining co-benefits and stakeholders perceptions into green infrastructure selection for flood risk reduction
A Alves, J Patiño Gómez, Z Vojinovic, A Sánchez, S Weesakul
Environments 5 (2), 29, 2018
Capturing the multifaceted phenomena of socioeconomic vulnerability
L Sorg, N Medina, D Feldmeyer, A Sanchez, Z Vojinovic, J Birkmann, ...
Natural Hazards 92 (1), 257-282, 2018
Exploring trade-offs among the multiple benefits of green-blue-grey infrastructure for urban flood mitigation
BG Alida Alves, Zoran Vojinovic, Zoran Kapelan, Arlex Sanchez
Science of the total environment 134980, 2019
An integrated cellular automata evolutionary-based approach for evaluating future scenarios and the expansion of urban drainage networks
A Sanchez, N Medina, Z Vojinovic, R Price
Journal of Hydroinformatics 16 (2), 319-340, 2014
Optimising sewer system rehabilitation strategies between flooding, overflow emissions and investment costs
Z Vojinovic, A Sanchez, WJ Barreto
Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage …, 2008
Optimising Sewer System Rehabilitation Strategies between Flooding, Overflow Emissions and Investment Costs
VZS Arlex
11th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2008
A coupled flood-agent-institution modelling (CLAIM) framework for urban flood risk management.
YA Abebe, A Ghorbani, I Nikolic, Z Vojinovic, A Sanchez
Environ. Model. Softw. 111, 483-492, 2019
Multi-Stage Filtration
LD Sánchez, A Sánchez, G Galvis, J Latorre, JT Visscher
Thematic overview paper 15, 2006
Flood risk management in Sint Maarten – A coupled agent-based and flood modelling method
YA Abebe, AminehGhorbani, IgorNikolic, ZoranVojinovic, ArlexSanchez
Journal of Environmental Management 248, 2019
Configuring green infrastructure for urban runoff and pollutant reduction using an optimal number of units
C Martínez, A Sanchez, R Galindo, A Mulugeta, Z Vojinovic, A Galvis
Water 10 (11), 1528, 2018
Optimal placement of water quality monitoring stations in sewer systems: An information theory approach
BK Banik, L Alfonso, AS Torres, A Mynett, C Di Cristo, A Leopardi
Procedia Engineering 119, 1308-1317, 2015
The potential of agent based models for testing city evacuation strategies under a flood event
N Medina, A Sanchez, Z Vojinovic
Procedia engineering 154, 765-772, 2016
Planning nature-based solutions for urban flood reduction and thermal comfort enhancement
AN Majidi, Z Vojinovic, A Alves, S Weesakul, A Sanchez, F Boogaard, ...
Sustainability 11 (22), 6361, 2019
A model-based framework for selection and development of multi-functional and adaptive strategies to cope with urban floods
A Alves, A Sanchez, B Gersonius, Z Vojinovic
Procedia Engineering 154, 877-884, 2016
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