Zhang Ying, female, Han nationality, was born on November 10, 1990. Learning experience: 2009-2013, Hunan University, major in water supply and drainage science and engineering, 2013-2016, Hunan University, major in municipal engineering, master's degree.
Research experiences and papers published in the school: 1. Xiangjiang River Basin Water Quality Pollution and Prevention Project (Science and Technology Project of Hunan Provincial Construction Department) 2. Village and Township Drinking Water Quality Monitoring Technology Integration and Application Demonstration (National “Twelfth Five-Year Plan” Science and Technology Support Project) 3. Microwave radiation for remediation of heavy metal-persistent organic compound contaminated soil (Hunan Natural Science Foundation Project) 1. Study on the adsorption characteristics of Cd2 + and Pb2 + on the surface sediments in the river bed of the Xiangjiang River Basin. Environmental Engineering 2. Phenol on Paikoukou River, Xiangjiang River Study on the effect of cadmium adsorption in sediments of the people. People's Yellow River 3. Prediction model of aquaculture DO based on PAC-SVR. Journal of Anhui University: Natural Science Edition. Papers published during work: 1. Mu class auxiliary teaching in water supply and drainage pipes of application-oriented colleges Design and Research in System Curriculum. Contemporary Educational Practice and Teaching Research 2. Design and Research of Flip Classes in Basic Courses of Water Technology Equipment in Applied Undergraduate Colleges. Education
Sponge city refers to a city that, like a sponge, has good "elasticity" in adapting to environmental changes and responding to natural disasters. It absorbs, stores, seeps, and purifies water when it rains, and "releases" stored water when needed. And use it.
I. Sponge strategy in urban residential areas The landscaped land in residential areas should be considered in combination with sponge urban design methods. In a limited area of greenery, strategies such as infiltration, detention, and purification should be used to alleviate flood disasters in urban residential areas. 1. Traditional residential area-the rainwater garden in the traditional residential area The green space in the traditional residential area can be transformed into a sunken residential rainwater garden to collect rainwater from the surrounding hard paving.
2. Traditional residential area-parking lot Rainwater garden The parking lot in the traditional residential area can be transformed into a permeable grass-brick bioretention zone to collect the surrounding rainwater.
3. Traditional residential area-event venue
Tree ponds in traditional residential areas can be transformed into stranded ecological tree ponds to collect rainwater from open spaces.
Second, the green roof sponge strategy When the rain floods, runoff from the building roof is one of the important reasons leading to urban waterlogging. Therefore, transforming the city's building roof into a green roof can effectively alleviate the urban rainwater runoff pressure. On the one hand, collecting and storing rainwater through the sponge city structure, and using rainwater for irrigation, can save various energy consumption; on the other hand, the green roof will form a good urban landscape and increase the overall greening rate of the city.