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Abstract: Pervious pavements are sustainable urban drainage systems already known as rainwater infiltration techniques which reduce runoff formation and diffuse pollution in cities. The present research is focused on the design and construction of an experimental parking area, composed of forty-five pervious pavement parking bays. Every pervious pavement was experimentally designed to store rainwater and measure the levels of the stored water and its quality over time. Six different pervious surfaces are combined with four different geotextiles in order to test which materials respond better to the good quality of rainwater storage over time and under the specific weather conditions in Northern Spain. The aim of this research was to obtain a good performance of pervious pavements that offered simultaneously a positive urban service and helped to harvest rainwater with a good quality to be used for non potable demands.
Autoría: Gomez-Ullate E., Novo A.V., Bayon J.R., Hernandez J.R., Castro-Fresno D.,
Fuente: Water Science and Technology 2011, 64 (9), 1942-1950
Editorial: IWA Publishing
Fecha de publicación: 01/11/2011
Nº de páginas: 10
Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista
Url de la publicación: https://iwaponline.com/wst/article-abstract/64/9/1942/16769/Design-and-construction-of-an-experimental?redirectedFrom=PDF
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MARIA ELENA GOMEZ-ULLATE FUENTE
AMAYA VEGA NOVO
JOSEBA RODRIGUEZ BAYON
JORGE RODRIGUEZ HERNANDEZ
DANIEL CASTRO FRESNO