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DAYWATER Informe resumido

Project ID: EVK1-CT-2002-00111
Financiado con arreglo a: FP5-EESD
País: Greece

Methodology for evaluating hydrological impacts

1. INTRODUCTION

2. SWALES
2.1. Description
2.2. Typology
2.3. Suitable applications advantages and disadvantages
2.3.1. Suitable applications
2.3.2. Advantages
2.3.3. Disadvantages
2.4. Performance
2.4.1. Pollutant removal
2.4.2. Flood control
2.5 Design criteria
2.5.1. Soil and groundwater requirements
2.5.2. Hydraulic design
2.5.3. Erosion Extreme events
2.5.4. Planting
2.6. Operation and maintenance
2.7. Dimensioning Design tables
2.7.1. Swales
2.7.2. Enhanced dry swales (or trough-trenches)
2.7.3. Wet swales
2.8. Costing
2.8.1. Swales
2.8.2. Enhanced dry swales (or trough-trenches)
2.8.3. Wet swales
2.9. References

3. SOAKAWAYS
3.1. Description
3.2. Typology
3.3. Suitable applications advantages and disadvantages
3.3.1. Suitable applications
3.3.2. Advantages
3.3.3. Disadvantages
3.4. Performance
3.4.1. Pollutant removal
3.4.2. Hydraulic performance
3.5. Design criteria
3.5.1. Soil and groundwater requirements
3.5.2. Hydraulic design
3.5.3 Erosion Extreme events
3.6. Operation and maintenance
3.7. Dimensioning
3.8. Costing
3.9. References

4. INFILTRATION TRENCHES
4.1. Description
4.2. Typology
4.3. Suitable applications advantages and disadvantages
4.3.1. Suitable applications
4.3.2. Advantages
4.3.3. Disadvantages
4.4. Performance
4.4.1. Pollutant removal
4.4.2 Hydraulic performance:
4.5. Design criteria
4.5.1. Soil and groundwater requirements
4.5.2. Hydraulic design
4.5.3. Erosion Extreme events
4.6. Operation and maintenance
4.7. Dimensioning
4.8. Costing
4.9. References

5. DETENTION TANKS
5.1. Description
5.2. Typology
5.3. Suitable applications advantages and disadvantages
5.3.1. Suitable applications
5.3.2. Advantages
5.3.3. Disadvantages
5.4. Performance
5.4.1. Pollutant removal
5.4.2. Hydraulic performance
5.5. Design criteria
5.5.1. Soil and groundwater requirements
5.5.2. Hydraulic design
5.5.3. Erosion Extreme events
5.6. Operation and maintenance
5.7. Dimensioning Design tables
5.8. Costing
5.9. References

6. DETENTION BASINS
6.1. Description
6.2. Typology
6.3. Suitable applications advantages and disadvantages
6.3.1. Suitable applications
6.3.2. Advantages
6.3.3. Disadvantages
6.4. Performance
6.4.1. Pollutant removal
6.4.2. Hydraulic performance
6.5. Design criteria
6.5.1. Soil and groundwater requirements
6.5.2. Hydraulic design
6.5.3. Erosion Extreme events
6.5.4. Planting
6.6. Operation and maintenance
6.7. Dimensioning
6.8. Costing
6.9. References

7. WET PONDS
7.1. Description
7.2. Suitable applications advantages and disadvantages
7.2.1. Suitable applications
7.2.2. Advantages
7.2.3. Disadvantages
7.3. Performance
7.3.1. Pollutant removal
7.3.2. Hydraulic performance
7.4. Design criteria
7.4.1. Soil and groundwater requirements
7.4.2. Hydraulic design
7.4.3. Erosion Extreme events
7.4.4. Planting
7.5. Operation and maintenance
7.6. Dimensioning
7.7. Costing
7.8. References

8. CONSTRUCTED STORMWATER WETLANDS
8.1. Description
8.2. Typology
8.3. Suitable applications advantages and disadvantages
8.3.1. Suitable applications
8.3.2. Advantages
8.3.3. Disadvantages
8.4. Performance
8.4.1. Pollutant removal
8.4.2. Flood control
8.5. Design criteria
8.5.1. Soil requirements
8.5.2. Hydraulic design
8.5.3. Erosion Extreme events
8.5.4. Planting
8.6. Operation and maintenance
8.7. Dimensioning
8.8. Costing
8.9. References

9. PAVEMENTS WITH A STORING STRUCTURE
9.1. Description
9.2. Typology
9.3. Suitable applications advantages and disadvantages
9.3.1. Suitable applications
9.3.2. Advantages
9.3.3. Disadvantages
9.4. Performance
9.4.1. Pollutant removal
9.4.2. Hydraulic performance
9.5. Design criteria
9.5.1. Soil requirements
9.5.2. Hydraulic design
9.5.3. Erosion Extreme events
9.5.4. Structural design
9.6. Operation and maintenance
9.7. Dimensioning
9.8. Costing
9.9. References

10. GREEN ROOFS
10.1. Description
10.2. Typology
10.3. Suitable applications advantages and disadvantages
10.3.1. Suitable applications
10.3.2. Advantages
10.3.3. Disadvantages
10.4. Performance
10.4.1. Pollutant removal
10.4.2. Hydraulic performance
10.5. Design criteria
10.5.1. Hydraulic design
10.5.2. Erosion Extreme events
10.5.3. Structural design
10.5.4. Planting
10.6. Operation and maintenance
10.7. Dimensioning Design tables
10.8. Costing
10.9. References

Keywords:
Stormwater management, BMPs, dimensioning, costing

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National Technical University Athens (NTUA)
5 Heroon Polytechniou Str
15780 Athens
Greece
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