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Pollutant reduction effectiveness of low-impact development drainage system in a campus

Shuhan Zhang, Yingying Meng, Jiao Pan, Jiangang Chen

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0969-8

Abstract: Building a rainwater system based on the idea of low-impact development (LID) is an important aspect

Keywords: Low-impact development     Rainwater harvesting     Non-point-source pollution reduction     Campus    

Life cycle cost savings analysis on traditional drainage systems from low impact development strategies

Pengfei ZHANG, Samuel T. ARIARATNAM

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1,   Pages 88-97 doi: 10.1007/s42524-020-0063-y

Abstract: In this study, low impact development (LID) methods that consist of extensive green roofs (GRs) and permeable

Keywords: low impact development     traditional drainage system     hydraulic benefits     life-cycle cost    

Can floor-area-ratio incentive promote low impact development in a highly urbanized area?

Ming Cheng, Huapeng Qin, Kangmao He, Hongliang Xu

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2018, Volume 12, Issue 2, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-1002-y

Abstract: As an environmental friendly measure for surface runoff reduction, low impact development (LID) has been

Keywords: Low impact development     Runoff reduction     Incentive     Floor area ratio     SUSTAIN(System for Urban Stormwater    

Life cycle assessment of low impact development technologies combined with conventional centralized water

Hyunju Jeong, Osvaldo A. Broesicke, Bob Drew, Duo Li, John C. Crittenden

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2016, Volume 10, Issue 6, doi: 10.1007/s11783-016-0851-0

Abstract: Low-impact development (LID) technologies, such as bioretention areas, rooftop rainwater harvesting,We quantified the impact of freshwater consumption using the freshwater ecosystem impact (FEI) indicatorTest results indicate that HS has a higher LCA single score than CS in zones with a low population densityreduce outdoor water demand and therefore would be a good choice to decrease the water consumption impact

Keywords: Life cycle assessment (LCA)     Low impact development (LID)     Bioretention area     Rainwater harvesting     Xeriscaping    

Low Impact Development and Sponge City Construction for Urban Stormwater Management

Haifeng Jia, Shaw L. Yu, Huapeng Qin

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0989-4

Quantitative analysis of impact of green stormwater infrastructures on combined sewer overflow control

Jinsong Tao, Zijian Li, Xinlai Peng, Gaoxiang Ying

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0952-4

Abstract: widely implemented in the municipal area to control the combined sewer overflows (CSOs), also known as lowimpact development (LID) approaches.The impact of different percentages of stormwater runoff transported from impervious surfaces to theResults show that with current buildup, GSI systems in PSW45 have the best performance for low intensitySince the low intensity and short duration events are dominant from a long-term perspective, utilizing

Keywords: Green stormwater infrastructure (GSI)     Combined sewer overflows (CSOs)     Urban flooding     Low impact development    

Impact of Low-Impact Development Technologies from an Ecological Perspective in Different Residential Article

Zackery B. Morris, Stephen M. Malone, Abigail R. Cohen, Marc J. Weissburg, Bert Bras

Engineering 2018, Volume 4, Issue 2,   Pages 194-199 doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2018.03.005

Abstract:

Low-impact development (LID) technologies have a great potential to reduce water usage and stormwaterusage accounts for 53% of the total water consumption; therefore, residential zones offer significant impact

Keywords: Low-impact development     Ecological network analysis     Residential water consumption    

Theoretical study of failure in composite pressure vessels subjected to low-velocity impact and internal

Roham RAFIEE, Hossein RASHEDI, Shiva REZAEE

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2020, Volume 14, Issue 6,   Pages 1349-1358 doi: 10.1007/s11709-020-0650-3

Abstract: research for predicting the failure in internally pressurized composite pressure vessels exposed to low-velocityimpact.For this purpose, layer-wise theory is employed in a composite cylinder under internal pressure and low-velocityimpact.It is observed that the sequence of in-plane failure and delamination varies by increasing the impact

Keywords: composite pressure vessel     low-velocity impact     failure     theoretical solution     progressive damage modeling    

Dynamic design of green stormwater infrastructure

Robert G. Traver, Ali Ebrahimian

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0973-z

Abstract: The substance of this work was presented as a keynote speech at the 2016 international Low Impact Development

Keywords: Low Impact Development (LID)     Stormwater control measures     Green infrastructure     Stormwater design    

Integration of climate change considerations into environmental impact assessment — implementation, problems

I-Shin CHANG, Jing WU

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 4,   Pages 598-607 doi: 10.1007/s11783-013-0496-1

Abstract: Climate change plays an important role in affecting and altering the course of human development.no effective and efficient techniques to directly quantify the influences of climate change on human developmentSince the 1990s, climate change considerations have been required to be included in environmental impactCurrently in China, the practice of integrating climate change considerations into environmental impactclimate change were identified as energy consumption, greenhouse gases emission, and the restraint of development

Keywords: climate change considerations     environmental impact assessment     energy consumption     greenhouse gases     low    

Advances in LID BMPs research and practice for urban runoff control in China

Haifeng JIA, Hairong YAO, Shaw L. YU

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 5,   Pages 709-720 doi: 10.1007/s11783-013-0557-5

Abstract: One of the strategies being considered is the use of a Low Impact Development type of Best Management

Keywords: urbanization     urban runoff control     Low Impact Development type of Best Management Practices (LID BMPs)    

BMP decision support system for evaluating stormwater management alternatives

Mow-Soung CHENG, Jenny X. ZHEN, Leslie SHOEMAKER,

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2009, Volume 3, Issue 4,   Pages 453-463 doi: 10.1007/s11783-009-0153-x

Abstract: Prince George’s County, Maryland, in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area has developed a best management practice decision support system (BMPDSS) to support analysis and decision making for stormwater management planning and design at both the site scale and the watershed levels. This paper presents a detailed description of the BMPDSS. A case study that demonstrates the application of the system is also included. The case study involves a Green Highway project located in a highly urbanized area within the Anacostia River watershed of the county. Several best management practices (BMP) such as bioretention, filter vegetative swale, porous paving, and landscape infiltration are proposed for reducing highway runoff and improving water quality. The BMPDSS is used to identify and evaluate various alternatives to determine the most cost-effective types and combinations of BMPs that minimize the highway runoff pollution.

Keywords: best management practices     decision support system     low impact development     geographic information system    

China’s Sponge City construction: A discussion on technical approaches

Haifeng Jia, Zheng Wang, Xiaoyue Zhen, Mike Clar, Shaw L. Yu

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0984-9

Abstract: such as soil and vegetation as part of the urban runoff control strategy, which is similar to that of lowimpact development (LID) and green infrastructure (GI) practices being promoted in many parts of theeco-friendly urbanization process in China, but also contribute enormously to the LID/GI research and development

Keywords: Low impact development (LID)     Green infrastructure (GI)     Sponge City     Barriers     Construction strategies    

A critical literature review of bioretention research for stormwater management in cold climate and future research recommendations

Hannah Kratky, Zhan Li, Yijun Chen, Chengjin Wang, Xiangfei Li, Tong Yu

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0982-y

Abstract: Bioretention is a popular best management practice of low impact development that effectively restoresWinter road maintenance salts have been shown to negatively impact the removal of some contaminants andpositively impact others, while their effects on properly selected vegetation or bacteria health are

Keywords: Bioretention     Cold climate     Low impact development     Stormwater    

Flow and mass balance analysis of eco-bio infiltration system

Marla C. MANIQUIZ, Lee-Hyung KIM, Soyoung LEE, Jiyeon CHOI

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2012, Volume 6, Issue 5,   Pages 612-619 doi: 10.1007/s11783-012-0448-1

Abstract: A structured stormwater infiltration system was developed and constructed at a university campus and monitoring of storm events was performed during a one-year operation period. The flow and pollutant mass balances were analyzed and the overall efficiency of the system was assessed. While significant positive correlations were observed among rainfall, runoff and discharge volume ( = 0.93-0.99; <0.05), there was no significant correlations existed between rainfall, runoff, discharge volume and pollutant load. The system was more effective in reducing the runoff volume by more than 50% for small storm events but the difference between the runoff and discharge volume was significant even with rainfall greater than 10 mm. Results showed that the pollutant reduction rates were higher compared to the runoff volume reduction. Average pollutant reduction rates were in the range of 72% to 90% with coefficient of variation between 0.10 and 0.46. Comparable with runoff reduction, the system was more effective in reducing the pollutant load for small storm events, in the range of 80% to 100% for rainfall between 0 and 10 mm; while 65% to 80% for rainfall between 10 and 20 mm. Among the pollutant parameters, particulate matters was highly reduced by the system achieving only a maximum of 25% discharge load even after the entire runoff was completely discharged. The findings have proven the capability of the system as a tool in stormwater management achieving both flow reduction and water quality improvement.

Keywords: best management practice     flow balance     low impact development     mass balance     nonpoint source     stormwater    

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Pollutant reduction effectiveness of low-impact development drainage system in a campus

Shuhan Zhang, Yingying Meng, Jiao Pan, Jiangang Chen

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Life cycle cost savings analysis on traditional drainage systems from low impact development strategies

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Life cycle assessment of low impact development technologies combined with conventional centralized water

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Low Impact Development and Sponge City Construction for Urban Stormwater Management

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Flow and mass balance analysis of eco-bio infiltration system

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