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A Study on Monitoring to Investigate Dynamic Temperature Model by Sensible Heat Flux of Green Roof System
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A Study on Monitoring to Investigate Dynamic Temperature Model by Sensible Heat Flux of Green Roof System
Park, Eun-hee; Kim, Tae-han; Park, Sang-yeon; Jang, Seong-wan;
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 Abstract
The growth of impermeable layers in the city center due to today's urban development is emerging as a major cause of urban heat island effects as well as recurring inland flood damages. In order to cope with such disasters caused by climatic changes, an artificial ground afforestation system is suggested as a fundamental solution that addresses both water environment and heat environment. For the afforestation system to replace the current disaster prevention facilities, quantitative performance verification through related numerical analysis models and actual survey monitoring is necessary. Therefore, this study seeks to propose the performance predication method for the heat environment of the afforestation system by looking into correlations between measurements by physical vegetation indicators such as LAI and FVC and forecasts from FASST, a vegetation canopy model used by US Corps of Engineers.
 Keywords
Green roof;Heat flow algorithm;Plant canopy model;LAI;FVC;Vegetation Index;
 Language
Korean
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