Stormwater Conveyance Modeling and Design by S. Rocky Durrans
ISBN 13: 9781934493007
Overview Stormwater conveyance design and analysis requires the engineer to consider a number of system components, including open channels, inlets, roadway crossings, storm sewers, and detention facilities. Stormwater Conveyance Modeling and Design guides you through the design and analysis process using a unique approach that combines the theoretical fundamentals with practical design guidance and hydraulic modeling techniques. From the development of design discharges and hydrographs, to the analysis and design of channels, culverts, and detention facilities, Stormwater Conveyance Modeling and Design is a one-stop, comprehensive textbook for all of your stormwater needs. Topics include: Types and sources of rainfall data, including Internet resources Hydrologic analysis methods such as Horton, Green-Ampt, rational, and NRCS SCS Curve Number Hydrograph development using a unit hydrograph Channel routing techniques Analysis methods for closed-conduit and open-channel flow Design of open channels and culverts Analysis and design of storm sewers, including inlet capture and bypass, structure losses, and surcharging Design of stormwater pumping facilities Reservoir routing and design of stormwater detention facilities About the software included Each book within the Water Modeling Collection from the Bentley Institute Press includes academic-licensed versions of the professional software covered. StormCAD provides a complete solution for storm sewer design and analysis by integrating the full range of calculations for rainfall, catchments, gutters, inlets, junctions, pipelines, and outfalls.
Select from a library of standard culvert shapes, materials, and entrance conditions, then compute culvert headwater and tailwater elevations using calculation methodologies outlined in Hydraulic Design Series Number 5 from the U. Federal Highway Administration. Model the effect that low impact development controls have in retaining runoff before it enters the stormwater system. Leverage PondMaker's guiding process through the confusing maze of pond design steps by following the step-by-step process that provides constant feedback on how the design is progressing. Set the maximum outflow rate, estimate storage, and check the outlet design and final design. Minimize capital investments by simply entering your design restrictions: velocities, slopes, cover depths, and pipe and inlet matching offsets. The software product recommends the most cost-effective pipe sizes and invert elevations, avoiding unnecessary pipe trench excavation, while meeting design restrictions.
Authors Haestad Methods S. Rocky Durrans. Managing Editor Kristen Dietrich. Barnard, Peder Hjorth, and Robert Pitt. Peer Review Board Roger T. Kilgore Kilgore Consulting G. All rights reserved.
From the development of design discharges and hydrographs, to the analysis and design of channels and detention facilities, to the latest stormwater regulations and BMPs, Stormwater Conveyance Modeling and Design is a one-stop, comprehensive reference for all your stormwater needs. Rocky Durrans, Ph.
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Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item Introduction to stormwater conveyance modeling and design -- 2. System components, models, and the design process -- 3. Fundamental laws and units -- 4.
Designers and managers of urban stormwater conveyance systems are increasingly being required to consider innovative approaches that minimize runoff production, through capturing and treating water on site before releasing it downstream, to protect vulnerable areas against destructive flooding. Stormwater Conveyance Modeling and Design guides the modeler through the process of building, loading, and calibrating a hydraulic model—by combining the fundamental concepts of hydraulics and hydrology with their practical application in the real world. Authored by Dr. Rocky Durrans, with the help of a team of contributing authors, this practical guide covers the many components of storm sewer systems, like inlets, open channels, gutters, culverts, detention facilities, and pumping. Stormwater Conveyance Modeling and Design touches on topics like: Hydrologic analysis methods; Types and sources of rainfall data; Hydrograph development using a unit hydrograph; Design of stormwater pumping facilities; and much more! Readers can use the knowledge to build a better model and a more effective system as a result.