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Laboratory analysis of the infiltration capacity of interlocking concrete block pavements in car parks

Abstract: Interlocking concrete block pavements (ICBPs) have been widely used in car parks to reduce runoff. Researches have demonstrated that clogging is the most influential factor in the reduction of the infiltration capacity of this type of permeable pavement. Nevertheless, there is no laboratory study of the infiltration performance of ICBPs that combines clogging levels with variables related with the topography of car parks such as runoff surface length (R SL) and surface slope (SS). This paper studies the infiltration behaviour of ICBP during their operational life in a car park using an improved version of the Cantabrian Fixed (CF) Infiltrometer. This laboratory device simulates direct rainfall and runoff from adjacent impervious areas over an ICBPs surface of 0.25 m2 for different slopes (0, 3, 5, 7 and 10%) and three scenarios of clogging (surface newly built, surface clogged and surface clogged with maintenance). This paper presents the results of the tests and a statistical analysis based on three regression models (corresponding to each clogging scenario) depending on the RSL and SS variables. All models passed a confidence level of 95%, presenting high R 2 values and showing that RSL is a more influential variable than the SS for all clogging scenarios.

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 Autoría: Sañudo-Fontaneda L.A., Rodriguez-Hernandez J., Vega-Zamanillo A., Castro-Fresno D.,

 Fuente: Water Science and Technology Volume 67, Issue 3 February 2013 675-681.

Editorial: IWA Publishing

 Fecha de publicación: 01/02/2013

Nº de páginas: 8

Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista

 DOI: 10.2166/wst.2012.614

ISSN: 0273-1223,1996-9732

Url de la publicación: https://iwaponline.com/wst/article-abstract/67/3/675/17270/Laboratory-analysis-of-the-infiltration-capacity?redirectedFrom=fulltext