Ecological Environment Based on the Expo Architectural Design Project

Tao Shen, Yukari Nagai, Xin Chen

Ekoloji, 2018, Issue 106, Pages: 1-9, Article No: e106005


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In order to realize the perfect combination of ecological environment and exposition building design, SWAT model is used to simulate the runoff and non-point source pollution of eco-wetland park in this experiment. The causes of the emergence of a large number of wetland parks in China’s current social construction environment are analyzed, and the basic composition of their functional framework is summarized. The results show that the SWAT model is basically good in runoff simulation of eco-wetland park, which can provide a reliable model basis for non-point source pollution simulation. Combined with the actual data of quality of imported and exported water in 2017, the degradation capacity of nitrogen and phosphorus pollutants can be calculated. Through the above discussion, analysis and summary of the characteristics and development trend of the eco-wetland-type exhibition building, theoretical research is used to guide the architectural design, to meet its comprehensive function of ecological protection and give full play to the important role of this new type of exhibition building in the urban and wetland environment.


wetland, Expo building, coordination, ecotype, SWAT model


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