Life cycle optimization for highway BMPs

J. G. Lee, J. P. Heaney, D. N. Rapp & C. A. Pack
Highway runoff can cause a number of water quantity and quality problems. Stormwater management systems for highways have been developed based on a fast drainage for large storm situations. Nonpoint source pollution from highway runoff is a growing water quality concern. Stormwater quality control needs to be integrated into highway drainage design and operation to reduce the stormwater impacts on the receiving water. A continuous simulation/optimization model for analyzing integrated highway BMPs is presented. This...

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Life cycle optimization for highway BMPs

J. G. Lee, J. P. Heaney, D. N. Rapp & C. A. Pack
Highway runoff can cause a number of water quantity and quality problems. Stormwater management systems for highways have been developed based on a fast drainage for large storm situations. Nonpoint source pollution from highway runoff is a growing water quality concern. Stormwater quality control needs to be integrated into highway drainage design and operation to reduce the stormwater impacts on the receiving water. A continuous simulation/optimization model for analyzing integrated highway BMPs is presented. This...

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