PROJECT :Private residence - 744 sq.m.
LOCATION :Nonthaburi, Thailand
The methodology has been applied in a case study area. The case study area comprises a section (neighborhood) of Nonthaburi, servicing 3 buildings distributed over a total area of 3,200 square meters. At the heart of this methodology is the decision tree, which presents all possible measures applied at different points in time and thus encompasses strategies of which each of them follows a certain pathway. The design of the decision tree is based upon model calculations (using the catalog of measures and including parameters as lifespan of measures, area size, flood inundation depth, etc). In the design section, a detailed description of the model is given as well as the input data and assumptions (3 strategies) used in the model for this case study. The indicators and corresponding equations of nppn’s theory have been used to quantify the flexibility of the resulting adaptation strategies. These values of flexibility are also used to compare the different decision trees representing a collection of multiple strategies (options).