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Quantification des impacts des revêtements perméables -Modélisation et étude in situ de pavés en béton drainants

Abstract : Permeable pavements are one of the most promising techniques that can answer the issue of restoring ground water flows and improve the water cycle in urban areas. The development of pervious concrete pavers at ESITC Caen has highlighted the need to quantify the contribution of permeable surfaces to the water cycle. This quantification could help to meet the expectations of local authorities and encourage the use of these techniques by urban planners. The modelling of the hydrological mechanisms of permeable pavements will quantify their benefits in terms of rainwater runoff reduction, groundwater recharge and reduction of the urban heat island effect by hydrothermal exchange. It will also quantify the impact of the structural characteristics on the system performances. This research project will be coupled with a field study of a permeable car park in which the hydrologic performances will be monitored. These monitoring data will constitute a database that will be used to build and validate the simulation model.
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Olivier Cortier, D H Nguyen, M Boutouil, O. Maquaire. Quantification des impacts des revêtements perméables -Modélisation et étude in situ de pavés en béton drainants. 9e Conférence internationale sur les techniques et stratégies pour la gestion durable de l'Eau dans la Ville, Jun 2016, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-02190898⟩



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