HEC-FIA (Hydrologic Engineering Center - Flood Impact Analysis)

HEC-FIA can estimate potential direct and indirect economic losses, agricultural losses, and loss of life for each flood hazard. HEC-FIA can also be applied to estimate direct and indirect economic losses, including the effects on the economy, and the loss of life from dam or levee failure scenarios.

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The Hydrologic Engineering Center's (HEC) Flood Impact Analysis (HEC-FIA) software is a tool to help identify the consequences from a single event. HEC-FIA was developed by HEC in collaboration with the Risk Management Center (RMC) and the Engineering Research and Design Center (ERDC). HEC-FIA evaluates consequences from events defined by hydraulic model output such as gridded data (e.g., depth and arrival time Grids) or HEC's Data Storage System (HEC-DSS) Stage Hydrographs. The consequences HEC-FIA computes include economic losses (losses to structures and their contents), agricultural losses, and expected life loss from these hydraulic events.

HEC-FIA is available in two versions, HEC-FIA 2.2 which has been certified by the Flood Risk Management Planning Center of Expertise (FRM PCX), and HEC-FIA 3.0 (provisional) is the newest version available (in the process of being certified by the FRM PCX). Based on the needs of the project, select the proper version and details about the version of HEC-FIA will be provided.

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USACE HEC (2019). HEC-FIA (Hydrologic Engineering Center - Flood Impact Analysis), Model Item, OpenGMS, https://geomodeling.njnu.edu.cn/modelItem/496b58d6-43b5-4b09-a4d8-1a5e5b324e76
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