Enhancing future resilience in urban drainage system: Green versus grey infrastructure

Volume: 124, Pages: 280 - 289
Published: Nov 1, 2017
Abstract
In recent years, the concept transition from fail-safe to safe-to-fail makes the application of resilience analysis popular in urban drainage systems (UDSs) with various implications and quantifications. However, most existing definitions of UDSs resilience are confined to the severity of flooding, while uncertainties from climate change and urbanization are not considered. In this research, we take into account the functional variety,...
Paper Details
Title
Enhancing future resilience in urban drainage system: Green versus grey infrastructure
Published Date
Nov 1, 2017
Volume
124
Pages
280 - 289
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