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Effect of Bedding Layer and Clogging on Drainage Capacity of Pervious Sidewalk Block in Unsaturated Condition
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Effect of Bedding Layer and Clogging on Drainage Capacity of Pervious Sidewalk Block in Unsaturated Condition
Seo, Dawa; Yun, Tae Sup;
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 Abstract
This study aims to figure out the behavior of runoff and drainage of pervious sidewalk block in actual construction environment by experiments. The specimens with surface layer and bedding layer are subjected to the drainage test by considering unsaturated condition and unique rainfall condition in urban areas. The repeated drainage test and clogging test were conducted with time intervals, and 3D X-ray CT image analysis and evaporation test were carried out for a quantitative analysis of drainage test. The results present that the spatial distribution of pores by evaporation for time intervals induces runoff. Especially, the bedding layer under the block is significantly critical in overall hydraulic behavior such as drainage and evaporation compared to the surface layer. Moreover, the sediments in pores promote the change in pores by evaporation and this induces deteriorated drainage capacity which is hard to recover. In addition, it is revealed that the maximum runoff height grows as the drainage capacity declines depending on the pre-wetting condition.
 Keywords
Pervious sidewalk block;Surface layer;Bedding layer;Drainage capacity;Runoff;
 Language
Korean
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