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zhang haixing published an article in December 2017.
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Jiahong Liu

73 shared publications

China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research, State Key Laboratory of Simulation and Regulation of Water Cycle in River Basin, China, Beijing 100038, China

Weiwei Shao

55 shared publications

State Key Laboratory of Simulation and Regulation of Water Cycle in River Basin, China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research, Beijing 100038, China

Xiaohong Lu

53 shared publications

Key Laboratory for Precision and Non-Traditional Machining Technology of Ministry of Education, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China

Shasha Wang

37 shared publications

Department of Hepatology; the First Hospital of Jilin University; Changchun China

Zhiyong Yang

30 shared publications

Aerospace Research Institute of Materials & Processing Technology

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Article 2 Reads 0 Citations Study on the Potential Development of Rainwater Utilization in the Hilly City of Southern China Xiaoran Fu, Jiahong Liu, Weiwei Shao, Haixing Zhang Published: 18 December 2017
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, doi: 10.1088/1755-1315/100/1/012157
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Aimed at the current flood problems and the contradiction between supply and demand of water resources in the southern cities of China, the comprehensive utilization of Urban Rainwater Resources (URRs) is a significant solution. At present, the research on the comprehensive utilization system of urban rainwater resources in China is still immature, especially the lack of a comprehensive method for the comprehensive utilization of the rainwater and flood resources in the south. Based on the current mode for utilization of URRs at home and abroad, Fenghuang County in Hunan Province was taken as a case of study, which is a typical mountainous city in the southern China. And the potential development of URRs was simulated and evaluated with a comparison of before and after the exploitation and utilization of URRs in this paper. The reduction effect of flood and waterlogging on the ancient city area is analyzed from SWMM. The simulation results show that the potential of exploitation and utilization of URRs in Fenghuang county is remarkable under the mode of exploitation and utilization which is given priority to flood prevention and control, and the annual development potential is 4.865×105 m3. The rainwater utilization measures of flood control effect is obvious with this mode, and the relevant research results can provide theoretical and technical support for enhancing urban water security capability, water conservation capacity, and disaster mitigation of urban flood.
CONFERENCE-ARTICLE 10 Reads 0 Citations Study on the Countermeasures of Ensuring Drinking Water Security in Shanshan County of Xinjiang Autonomous Region, China Weiwei SHAO, Denghua Yan, Jiahong Liu, Haixing Zhang, Chenya... Published: 16 November 2017
Proceedings, doi: 10.3390/ecws-2-04941
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China has paid more attention to increasing urban and rural drinking water security in recent years. Ensuring the security of drinking water in urban and rural areas is the fundamental condition for protecting the basic interests of the public and is also an important aspect of building a moderately, all-sided prosperous society in China. Taking the Shanshan County in Turpan City of Xinjiang Autonomous Region for an example, this study analyzed the countermeasures of ensuring drinking water security.

Firstly, this paper discusses the current quo of drinking water security in Shanshan. In terms of urban drinking water, problems include that: 1) drinking water sources are polluted to varying degrees; 2) water treatment technologies lag behind compared to the social development; 3) high leakage rate of water supply pipe network, and 4) low emergency handling capability. In terms of the rural drinking water, problems exist that small-scale drinking water security projects are on low construction standard, resulting in low water supply guarantee rate, and poor water source protection and water quality supervision.

Secondly, based on the analysis of current problems, the quantity of the water resources guaranteed is put forward. This paper divides Shanshan County into three units as Karuqi area, Ertanggou area and Kekeya area based on urban or rural land use. This paper proposed the optimal distribution of regional water plants and water supply network for the optimal allocation of regional water resources.

Thirdly, for water quality improvement, a corresponding water purification program is developed for raw water quality problems, including centralized and decentralized water quality treatment, as well as an intelligent water flow control process.

At the same time, some management measures such as water source conservation and risk control measures are proposed in order to promote the security of drinking water. This paper also puts forward relevant strategic suggestions for ensuring the security of drinking water in Shanshan County, including enhancing the equipment for the project, modulizing the system of devices, instrumentation of the management system and developing intellegent water management platform. This study has certain reference value for solving the problems of drinking water security in urban and rural areas in the arid regions in northwest China and similar areas around the world.

Article 3 Reads 1 Citation Floor surface roughness model considering tool vibration in the process of micro-milling Xiaohong Lu, Haixing Zhang, Zhenyuan Jia, Yixuan Feng, Steve... Published: 04 October 2017
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, doi: 10.1007/s00170-017-1123-2
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Article 2 Reads 0 Citations Simultaneous optimization of fixture and cutting parameters of thin-walled workpieces based on particle swarm optimizati... Shasha Wang, Zhenyuan Jia, Xiaohong Lu, Haixing Zhang, Chi Z... Published: 28 June 2017
doi: 10.1177/0037549717713850
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Article 3 Reads 0 Citations An Assessment of Carbon Storage in China’s Arboreal Forests Weiwei Shao, Jingya Cai, Haibing Wu, Jiahong Liu, Haixing Zh... Published: 06 April 2017
Forests, doi: 10.3390/f8040110
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In the years 2009–2013, China carried out its eighth national survey of forest resources. Based on the survey data, this paper used a biomass conversion function method to evaluate the carbon stores and carbon density of China’s arboreal forests. The results showed that: (1) By age group, the largest portion of carbon stores in China’s arboreal forests are in middle-aged forests. Over-mature forests have the least carbon storage; (2) By origin, natural forests of all age groups have higher carbon storage and carbon density than man-made forest plantations. The carbon density of natural forests and forest plantations increases gradually with the age of the trees; (3) By type (dominant tree species), the 18 most abundant types of arboreal forest in China account for approximately 94% of the nation’s total arboreal forest biomass and carbon storage. Among these, broadleaf mixed and Quercus spp. form the two largest portions. Taxus spp. forests, while comprising a very small portion of China’s forested area, have very high carbon density; (4) By region, the overall arboreal forest carbon storage is highest in the southwest part of China, and lowest in the northwest. However, because of differences in land use and forest coverage ratios, regions with arboreal forests of high carbon density are not necessarily the same regions that have high overall carbon storage; (5) By province, Heilongjiang, Yunnan, Tibet, Sichuan, Inner Mongolia, and Jilin have rather high carbon storage. The arboreal forests in Tibet, Jilin, Xinjiang, Sichuan, Yunnan, and Hainan have a rather high carbon density. This paper’s evaluation of carbon storage in China’s arboreal forests is a valuable reference for interpreting the role and function of Chinese ecosystems in coping with global climate change.
Article 2 Reads 3 Citations Impact of Water Scarcity on the Fenhe River Basin and Mitigation Strategies Weiwei Shao, Jingya Cai, Jiahong Liu, Qinghua Luan, Xiaomin ... Published: 06 January 2017
Water, doi: 10.3390/w9010030
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