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Jiahong Liu   Professor  Institute, Department or Faculty Head 
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Jiahong Liu published an article in June 2018.
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Jinlong Wang

388 shared publications

College of Communications Engineering, PLA Army Engineering University, Nanjing 210007, China

Yu Xia

329 shared publications

Oncology Department, Chinese PLA General Hospital (301 Military Hospital), Beijing, China

Jinyue Yan

205 shared publications

School of Chemical Science and Engineering, Royal Institute of Technology, SE 1 0044, Sweden

Mikael Pedersen

147 shared publications

National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, Søborg, Denmark

Zhang Guoqing

138 shared publications

Key Laboratory of Tibetan Environment Changes and Land Surface Processes; Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Beijing China

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Article 3 Reads 0 Citations Modelling the ability of source control measures to reduce inundation risk in a community-scale urban drainage system Chao Mei, Jiahong Liu, Hao Wang, Weiwei Shao, Lin Xia, Cheny... Published: 05 June 2018
Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences, doi: 10.5194/piahs-379-223-2018
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Urban inundation is a serious challenge that increasingly confronts the residents of many cities, as well as policymakers, in the context of rapid urbanization and climate change worldwide. In recent years, source control measures (SCMs) such as green roofs, permeable pavements, rain gardens, and vegetative swales have been implemented to address flood inundation in urban settings, and proven to be cost-effective and sustainable. In order to investigate the ability of SCMs on reducing inundation in a community-scale urban drainage system, a dynamic rainfall-runoff model of a community-scale urban drainage system was developed based on SWMM. SCMs implementing scenarios were modelled under six design rainstorm events with return period ranging from 2 to 100 years, and inundation risks of the drainage system were evaluated before and after the proposed implementation of SCMs, with a risk-evaluation method based on SWMM and analytic hierarchy process (AHP). Results show that, SCMs implementation resulting in significantly reduction of hydrological indexes that related to inundation risks, range of reduction rates of average flow, peak flow, and total flooded volume of the drainage system were 28.1–72.1, 19.0–69.2, and 33.9–56.0%, respectively, under six rainfall events with return periods ranging from 2 to 100 years. Corresponding, the inundation risks of the drainage system were significantly reduced after SCMs implementation, the risk values falling below 0.2 when the rainfall return period was less than 10 years. Simulation results confirm the effectiveness of SCMs on mitigating inundation, and quantified the potential of SCMs on reducing inundation risks in the urban drainage system, which provided scientific references for implementing SCMs for inundation control of the study area.
BOOK-CHAPTER 1 Read 0 Citations Urban Storm Flooding Management in Beijing Jiahong Liu, Chaochen Fu, Chenyao Xiang, Hao Wang, Chao Mei Published: 31 May 2018
Strategies for Sustainability, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-90173-2_3
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Article 3 Reads 0 Citations Water dissipation mechanism of residential and office buildings in urban areas Jinjun Zhou, Jiahong Liu, Hao Wang, Zhongjing Wang, Chao Mei Published: 21 March 2018
Science China Technological Sciences, doi: 10.1007/s11431-017-9193-8
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Article 6 Reads 3 Citations A new strategy for integrated urban water management in China: Sponge city Hao Wang, Chao Mei, Jiahong Liu, Weiwei Shao Published: 31 January 2018
Science China Technological Sciences, doi: 10.1007/s11431-017-9170-5
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Article 3 Reads 0 Citations Evaluation method for regional water cycle health based on nature-society water cycle theory Shanghong Zhang, Weiwei Fan, Yujun Yi, Yong Zhao, Jiahong Li... Published: 01 August 2017
Journal of Hydrology, doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2017.06.013
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Article 4 Reads 5 Citations Runoff Effect Evaluation of LID through SWMM in Typical Mountainous, Low-Lying Urban Areas: A Case Study in China Qinghua Luan, Xiaoran Fu, Cuiping Song, Haichao Wang, Jiahon... Published: 19 June 2017
Water, doi: 10.3390/w9060439
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Urban flooding occurs frequently in many regions of China. To reduce the losses caused by urban flooding, sponge city (SPC) and low-impact development (LID) have been carried out in many Chinese cities. However, urban flooding is influenced by various factors, such as climate, land cover characteristics and nearby river networks, so it is necessary to evaluate the effectiveness of LID measures. In this study, the Storm Water Management Model (SWMM) was adopted to simulate historical urban storm processes in the mountainous Fragrance Hills region of Beijing, China. Subsequently, numerical simulations were performed to evaluate how various LID measures (concave greenbelt, permeable pavement, bio-retention, vegetative swales, and comprehensive measures) influenced urban runoff reduction. The results showed that the LID measures are effective in controlling the surface runoff of the storm events with return periods shorter than five years, in particular, for one-year events. Furthermore, the effectiveness on traffic congestion mitigation of several LID measures (concave greenbelt, vegetative swales, and comprehensive measures) was evaluated. However, the effective return periods of storm events are shorter than two years if the effectiveness on traffic congestion relief is considered. In all evaluated aspects, comprehensive measures and concave greenbelts are the most effective, and vegetative swale is the least effective. This indicated that LID measures are less effective for removing ponding from most storm events in a mountainous, low-lying and backward pipeline infrastructure region with pressures from interval flooding and urban waterlogging. The engineering measures including water conservancy projects and pipeline infrastructure construction combined with the non-engineering measures were suggested to effectively control severe urban storms.
Conference papers
CONFERENCE-ARTICLE 4 Reads 0 Citations <span>Vulnerability analysis of flood &amp; waterlogging disaster bearing bodies in highly urbanized areas of China</spa... Weiwei SHAO, Jiahong Liu, Zhiyong Yang, Zhaohui Yang, Weijia... Published: 15 November 2018
doi: 10.3390/ECWS-3-05820
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China is in a period of rapid urbanization, which is forming a number of highly urbanized regional clusters, such as the Pearl River Delta region and the Yangtze River Delta region. The urban development has also profoundly changed the local environment, including local climate conditions, underlying topography, municipal & water conservancy facilities, which increases the risk of flood & waterlogging disasters. Due to the high concentration of population and industries in these areas, the loss of urban flood and waterlogging has also increased at an unprecedented rate. Therefore, it is of great significance to strengthen the analysis and evaluation of the characteristics and impact of flood & waterlogging disasters in highly urbanized areas. Based on the comprehensive analysis of domestic and foreign related studies, this study quantitatively analyzed the vulnerability of flood & waterlogging disaster-bearing bodies in highly urbanized areas of China, considering the characteristics of different disaster-bearing bodies, such as industry and commerce, surrounding agriculture, housing, traffic, lifeline facilities (like water, gas and electricity), etc. The disaster-causing mechanism and response of different disaster-bearing bodies to flood & waterlogging events were analyzed, and the mechanism curve of flood & waterlogging loss rate and submergence degree was established. The study on the quantitative method of vulnerability of flood disaster-bearing bodies in highly urbanized areas will provide theoretical support for dynamic assessment of flood & waterlogging disaster losses and it could also provide technical support for scientific flood control and disaster reduction in China for the future.