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id caadria2019_270
authors Liu, Quan, Li, Xintian, Mao, Ming, Gu, Mengjie and Ye, Qingfeng
year 2019
title The Study on the Relationship between Storm Surface Runoff and the Form of Street-Block using the Cellular Automata Model
source M. Haeusler, M. A. Schnabel, T. Fukuda (eds.), Intelligent & Informed - Proceedings of the 24th CAADRIA Conference - Volume 1, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, 15-18 April 2019, pp. 331-340
summary This paper focuses on the reduction of storm surface runoff through optimizing the layout of permeable green area and other morphological elements of the urban street-block, and a distributed hydrological model based on cellular automata (CA) are used to accurately distinguish the impact of storm runoff reduction of various blocks, accordingly helping to find the morphological principle of surface runoff optimization. The model includes morphological setting and hydrological setting. The morphological setting includes the shape and size, land cover, and slope of street-block. The hydrological setting is based on Nanjing, China and include the process of rainfall, infiltration, surface flow, out flow. Comparing the results of runoff indicators, it can be found that the runoff can be greatly influenced by the layout of morphological elements of street-block. Therefore, it can be reduced by optimization the form of street-block in design process.
keywords urban form; street-block; building fabric; storm surface runoff; cellular automata
series CAADRIA
email liuq@nju.edu.cn
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