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ReSource Water - closing the cycles

Gehrmann, Simon :
ReSource Water - closing the cycles.
[Online-Edition: https://tuprints.ulb.tu-darmstadt.de/7513]
Technische Universität , Darmstadt
[Ph.D. Thesis], (2017)

Official URL: https://tuprints.ulb.tu-darmstadt.de/7513

Abstract

Many Cities in South East Asia are struggling to manage their water demand by today, and many more will do so in future. In addition to the intensification of the hydrological cycle, which is to be expected as a result of climate change, the mismanagement of the existing centralized infrastructure can also be seen as one reason, especially in the context of the Asian Megacities. Water shortages, dry riverbeds as well as heavy rainfall events during the monsoon season will lead to an increase pressure to the local water infrastructure, which affects water supply, reclamation of used waters, as well as storm water evacuation and flood protection issues. This doctorate follows the idea of Water Sensitive Urban Design, by designing a Water Resource Management System, which recycles any available drop of water, on a localized scale, by creating a highly livable environment within an urban context. The interaction between Water reclamation technologies and nature based solutions, in the Context of Ecosystem services, are in the focus of this research, which aims to design a medium dense zero Water City in the urban context in Ha Noi, Vietnam.

Item Type: Ph.D. Thesis
Erschienen: 2018
Creators: Gehrmann, Simon
Title: ReSource Water - closing the cycles
Language: English
Abstract:

Many Cities in South East Asia are struggling to manage their water demand by today, and many more will do so in future. In addition to the intensification of the hydrological cycle, which is to be expected as a result of climate change, the mismanagement of the existing centralized infrastructure can also be seen as one reason, especially in the context of the Asian Megacities. Water shortages, dry riverbeds as well as heavy rainfall events during the monsoon season will lead to an increase pressure to the local water infrastructure, which affects water supply, reclamation of used waters, as well as storm water evacuation and flood protection issues. This doctorate follows the idea of Water Sensitive Urban Design, by designing a Water Resource Management System, which recycles any available drop of water, on a localized scale, by creating a highly livable environment within an urban context. The interaction between Water reclamation technologies and nature based solutions, in the Context of Ecosystem services, are in the focus of this research, which aims to design a medium dense zero Water City in the urban context in Ha Noi, Vietnam.

Place of Publication: Darmstadt
Divisions: 15 Fachbereich Architektur
15 Fachbereich Architektur > Fachgruppe E: Stadtplanung
15 Fachbereich Architektur > Fachgruppe E: Stadtplanung > Entwerfen und Stadtentwicklung
Date Deposited: 21 Oct 2018 19:55
Official URL: https://tuprints.ulb.tu-darmstadt.de/7513
URN: urn:nbn:de:tuda-tuprints-75137
Referees: Rudolph-Cleff, Prof. Dr. Annette and Wagner, Prof. Dr. Martin
Refereed / Verteidigung / mdl. Prüfung: 22 December 2017
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Viele Städte in Südostasien kämpfen bereits heutzutage darum, ihren Wasserbedarf zu decken und es wird erwratet, dass die Zahl in Zukunft weiter steigt. Neben der durch den Klimawandel zu erwartenden Intensivierung des natürlichen Wasserkreislaufs, kann auch Missmanagement der bestehenden zentralen Infrastruktur als ein Grund gesehen werden, insbesondere im Kontext der asiatischen Megacities, die einen unendlichen Durst nach Ressourcen haben, der durch die konventionelle zentrale Infrastruktur nicht gedeckt werden kann. Wasserknappheit, trockene Flussbetten sowie heftige Regenfälle während der Monsunzeit werden zu einem erhöhten Druck auf die lokale Wasserinfrastruktur führen, der sich auf die Wasserversorgung, die Rückgewinnung von benutztem Wasser, sowie auf die Regenwasserableitung und den Hochwasserschutz auswirkt. Diese Doktorarbeit folgt der Idee des Water Sensitive Urban Design, indem sie ein Water Resource Management System entwickelt, das alle verfügbaren Wasserströme auf einer lokalen Ebene recycelt und gleichzeitig eine lebenswerte Umgebung in einem städtischen Kontext kreiert. Die Wechselwirkung zwischen Wasseraufbereitungsverfahren und naturbasierten Lösungen im Kontext von Ökosystemdienstleistungen stehen im Mittelpunkt dieser Forschungsarbeit, deren Ergebnis ein Entwurf für eine zero Water city im urbanen Kontext von Ha Noi (Vietnam), ist.German
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