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The role of visualisation in effective sustainability assessment
Sustainable decision making in urban design is a complex and non-linear process that requires the interaction of a wide variety of stakeholders. A number of sustainable decision support tools have previously been developed ...
Modelling the outflow from a porous pavement
(Taylor & Francis, 2002-09)
The porous pavement of industrial and commercial areas is a form of sustainable urban drainage (SUD) system which has been developed to reduce runoff flow rates and volumes. This study reports on the modelling of the ...
A holistic approach to Concentration Assessment of hazards in the risk assessment of landfill leachate
Risk assessment is a new research area. The risk assessment research area deals with a wide range of issues other than landfills. Examples of these issues are Radiation, Food Industry, Ecology, Epidemiology, etc. The authors ...
Sustainable urban developments: stakeholder engagement through 3D visualisation
(IASTED and ACTA Press, 2010-02-17)
Rapidly increasing urban populations are placing increased pressure on social, economic and environmental resources. For our cities to cope with this demand we must ensure that any growth is sustainable. Tools already exist ...
Enhancement of water treatment sustainability through dynamic visualisation & modelling
(Acqua Consultoria, 2011-09)
The Water Framework Directive (WFD) proscribes specific levels of contaminates present in rivers and lakes in the UK, these contaminants come from a wide range of sources such as food additives present in faeces, agricultural ...
Modelling and visualizing sustainability assessment in urban environments
(Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 2010-09-06)
Major urban development projects extend over prolonged timescales (up to 25 years in the case of major regeneration projects), involve a large number of stakeholders, and necessitate complex decision making. Comprehensive ...
Using interactive 3D visualisation to educate stakeholders in urban sustainability
(European Geosciences Union, 2010-05-04)
Dynamic visualisation and modelling to support sustainable phosphate management
(British Hydrological Society, 2012-09-14)
Under the WFD the UK water companies are responsible for providing effective treatment methods which will reduce the level of phosphate, a key nutrient in river eutrophication, in their respective waterways. The selection ...
Sustainable wastewater treatment: how might microbial fuel cell contribute
The need for cost-effective low-energy wastewater treatment has never been greater. Clean water for our expanding and predominantly urban global population will be expensive to deliver, eats into our diminishing carbon-based ...
Stable reduced-order models for discrete-time systems
(Institution of Engineering and Technology, 1987-01)