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Analysis of Water Cycle Effect according to Application of LID Techniques
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  • Journal title : Journal of Wetlands Research
  • Volume 16, Issue 3,  2014, pp.411-421
  • Publisher : Korean Wetlands Society
  • DOI : 10.17663/JWR.2014.16.3.411
 Title & Authors
Analysis of Water Cycle Effect according to Application of LID Techniques
Lee, Jungmin; Lee, Yun; Choi, Jongsoo;
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 Abstract
At present, the development in rainwater management approach is still insufficient due to the numerous adverse effects of urbanization. Storm water management is being developed to restore the natural state of water cycle undergoing several processes which were hindered such as infiltration and evapotranspiration. Low Impact Development (LID) was established in order to reduce the negative effects of urbanization to our environment. These developments can be used to respond to the effects of climate change such as heat island phenomenon. The effects of the development of new town in the district plan with application of LID facilities were studied and reported. Typically, LID facilities were applied in small scale development and were rarely used in large-scale development. Most of studies, however, did not assessment the effects of large-scale development projects with LID application to the natural water cycle. This study was conducted to simulate the urban hydrologic cycle simulation on Asan-Tangjeong in Korea. This study may be used in urban hydrologic cycle simulation and establishment of an urban water management plan in the future. Lastly, this study generated a model using the recently updated SWMM5 which determined the hydrologic cycle simulation after installation of LID facilities.
 Keywords
Low Impact Development (LID);Storm Water Management Model 5 (SWMM5);Water cycle simulation;
 Language
Korean
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