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- Ming, Ruiping, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Journal of hydrology 2018 v.565 pp. 589-598
- concrete; fluid mechanics; models; pavements; permeability; porosity; runoff; sediments; seepage
- ... The most distinguished characteristic of pervious concrete is its connected porosity that allows water to percolate. And the permeable capacity will decrease rapidly once the pervious concrete is clogged by the sediments. Despite the relationship between permeability and clogging is extensively researched, there is limited information about pore clogging mechanism in pervious pavements. The aim of ...