This research was supported by a grant (17AWMP-B083066-04) from the AdvancedWater Management Research Program funded by the Korean government’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. This study was also supported by funding from the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF-2016R1D1A1B04931844).
Sustainable development, Urban runoff -- Management -- South Korea -- Seoul, Decision support systems, Hydrologic models
This study presented the conceptual framework of the water-management analysis module (WMAM) to derive effective physical specifications for the design and planning of low-impact development (LID) practices using the storm-water management model (SWMM). This decision-support system can be used for six LID types and has the following key capabilities: determining relevant LID design parameters within the SWMM that critically influence the hydrological cycle components using a simple sensitivity analysis and determining the best hydrological values for LID planning specification. This study analyzed a highly urbanized university campus as a case study to determine the design and planning specifications for an infiltration trench and permeable pavement. In addition, the performance of different LID practices during high-intensity rainfall events was compared. The results indicate that the WMAM can be very useful in determining many LID design and planning parameters.
Song, Jae-Yeol, Eun-Sung Chung, and Soo Hyun Kim. "Decision Support System for the Design and Planning of Low-Impact Development Practices: The Case of Seoul." Water 10, no. 2 (2018): 146.