Urban Stormwater Management Tools details the design of basins and detection systems, covers subsurface and wetland issues, and presents a complete methodology for regulating sewer overflow.
It includes methods for:
Hydrologically and hydraulically analyzing storm water systems
Designing storm water inlets, storm sewers, detention systems and infiltration basins
Learning about design methods ranging from the rational method to advanced simulation and optimization methods for sewer systems
Integrating operations and management considerations into designs
Performing risk/reliability analysis of stormwater systems
Contents: Hydrology for Excess Water Management - Hydraulics for Excess Water Management - Design of Stormwater Inlets - Hydraulics of Sewer Systems - Design of Detention Systems - Design of Infiltration Basins for Stormwater - Risk/Reliability Models for Design.
Edited by Larry W. Mays, PhD, PE, P.H. Published by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Hard cover. 320 pages. 2003.
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