Urban Stormwater Management Tools
McGraw Hill Professional, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 320 pages
This guide provides coverage of the methods for managing urban stormwater and preventing sewage overflows and flooding. It details the design of basins and detention systems, covers subsurface and wetland issues, and presents a complete methodology for regulating and dealing with sewer overflows.
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analysis approximation ASCE B. C. Yen BASINOPT boundary condition channel coefficiem column comhined computed continuity equation critical depth cross slope curve design storm detention hasin determined diameter drainage dynamic wave elevation emhankment example exit factor flood flow depth formula grate gutter hackwater effect hased head loss Highlands Ranch hydraulic conductivity hydraulic jump hydrograph hydrologic infiltration hasin infiltration rate inlet box kinematic wave Manning's maximum noninertia ohtained open-channel flow orifice outfall outflow outlet structures parameter peak discharge performance function poim pond rainfall random basic variables rational method reach reliability reliahility return period riprap routing runoff segment sewer flow sewer junctions sewer network sewer system shown in Fig simulation slot soil solution solved specified storage volume storm sewer stormwater stormwater collection system subcritical flow subsurface supercritical flow surcharge surcharge flow SWMM tailwater uncertainty values velocity water mound Water Resources water surface watershed weir width WtXl