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Main Title Stormwater Hydrological Characteristics of Porous and Conventional Paving Systems.
Author Goforth, G. F. ; Diniz, E. V. ; Rauhut, J. B. ;
CORP Author Austin, TX. ;Espey, Huston and Associates, Inc., Austin, TX. ;Resource Technology, Inc., Albuquerque, NM. ;Rauhut (Brent) Engineering, Inc., Austin, TX.;Municipal Environmental Research Lab., Cincinnati, OH.
Year Published 1983
Report Number EPA-R-806338; EPA-600/2-83-106;
Stock Number PB84-123728
Additional Subjects Runoff ; Pavements ; Water pollution ; Urban areas ; Pavement bases ; Porous materials ; Flexible pavements ; Design ; Construction ; Mathematical models ; Computer programming ; Permeability ; Specifications ; Bituminous concretes ; Porosity ; Tables(Data) ; Graphs(Charts) ; Texas ; Storm water runoff ; Unit hydrographs
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NTIS  PB84-123728 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
The utilization of porous pavement in parking lots and other applications where stormwater detention is required provides a control strategy capable of mitigating the detrimental aspects of urban runoff. A study of porous and conventional pavement systems in Austin, Texas was undertaken, the objectives of which were: (1) review of past experience with porous pavements, (2) development of a mix design and construction specifications for a porous asphalt concrete system and construction of a porous asphalt parking lot, (3) performance evaluation of porous and non-porous pavements, and (4) development of a design methodology for porous pavement stormwater storage systems. The report includes details of pre-construction planning, construction and post-construction testing. Each study pavement was instrumented for climatic, hydraulic and water quality sampling. Observed pavement discharge hydrographs were compared with those simulated using a revised version of PORPAV, a computer program which models the stormwater hydraulics of a porous pavement facility.