but very well as proper procedure , must be used in the solution of drainage
problems . An attempt is made to develop guidelines for use in exercising such
judgment . 1–3 . History . — Drains were constructed and drainage engineering
Author: United States. Bureau of ReclamationPublish On: 1978
to design and construct a drainage system which has optimum integration of soils
, crops , irrigation , and drainage . Drainage can be either natural or artificial .
Most lands have some natural surface and subsurface drainage . When natural ...
Author: Roads and Transportation Association of CanadaPublish On: 1982
Roads and Transportation Association of Canada. DRAINAGE MANUAL
PROJECT COMMITTEE - - - - - - - - - -. Chairman : Vice - chairman : Information
Secretary : R . E . R . Stanfield * Head , Utilities Section Public Works Canada
Ottawa J . D ...
Author: Roads and Transportation Association of Canada
Publisher: Roads and Transportation Association of Canada, c1982-c1987.
An Operational Manual for the Development of Forest Drainage Projects in the
Province of Ontario M. Rosen, Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources.
Author: M. Rosen
Publisher: Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
Category: Black spruce
Systematic drainage of forest peatland can be a catalyst for stimulating black spruce and perhaps other vegetation to grow faster. This manual is designed to be a practical guide to field personnel in systematic peatland drainage for Ontario conditions, so that drainage projects can be initiated at the management unit level. Much of the material in the manual is based on Finnish experience which has been adapted for the boreal forest by Canadian foresters. Sections of the manual cover the following topics: site selection, systematic drainage planning, line clearing, drainage ditch construction, modifying forest drainage work with site preparation, sedimentation control, and drainage costs and productivity. A sample schedule for a typical peatland drainage project is included, as well as a glossary.
The result of this " urbanization " is a significant increase in the volume of
stormwater and a conveyance rate higher than that experienced in the
undeveloped rural state . Engineers , surveyors or others involved with storm drainage design are ...
PREFACE The Highway Drainage Design Manual, Hydrology, is intended to.
Category: Metric system
This manual was originally produced with English units of measurement (dated March 1993 with revisions dated April 1994). The Metric Edition is essentially the same manual, but with numeric values in metric units of measurement. The manual is intended to provide guidance for the performance of flood hydrology for Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) drainage design. Two analytic methods are presented, herein, to determine design discharges, and those two methods are to be used mainly for ungaged watersheds. The two analytic methods are: (1) the Rational Method that can be used for uniform drainage areas that are not larger than 160 acres in size, and (2) rainfall-runoff modeling for any size drainage area. The rainfall-runoff modeling guidance is structured to be compatible with the HEC-1 Flood Hydrology program by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. For rainfall-runoff modeling, this manual should be used in conjunction with the HEC-1 Users Manual, and the contents of this manual assume a familiarity and basic understanding of the HEC-1 program and modeling procedures. A flood frequency analysis procedure is provided for computing flood magnitude-frequency relations where systematic stream gaging records of sufficient length are available. Three indirect methods are presented for estimating flood peak discharges. This manual was prepared for use by engineers and/or hydrologists that are trained and experienced in the fundamentals of hydrology in general, and flood hydrology in particular.
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TILDEN FOUNDATIONS . 1909 L R PREFACE . The Drainage Manual , which
was originally prepared principally by Colonel H. Locock , C.B. ( late Deputy
I.G.F. ) ...
Author: Federal Highway AdministrationPublish On: 2005
Design guidance is provided for the design of storm drainage systems which collect, convey, and discharge stormwater flowing within and along the highway right-of-way.
Author: Federal Highway Administration
Category: Technology & Engineering
This circular provides a comprehensive and practical guide for the design of storm drainage systems associated with transportation facilities. Design guidance is provided for the design of storm drainage systems which collect, convey, and discharge stormwater flowing within and along the highway right-of-way. Methods and procedures are given for the hydraulic design of storm drainage systems. Design methods are presented for evaluating rainfall and runoff magnitude, pavement drainage, gutter flow, inlet design, median and roadside ditch flow, structure design, and storm drain piping. Procedures for the design of detention facilities are also presented, along with an overview of storm water pumping stations and urban water quality practices.
Author: Illinois. Division of Highways. Bureau of Design and EnvironmentPublish On: 2000
If water impoundment cannot be avoided along pedestrian routes, bicycle routes,
and standing areas, provide drop inlets and underground drainage. In parking
areas, design the drainage to avoid standing water. The detailed drainage design ...
Author: Illinois. Division of Highways. Bureau of Design and Environment
Author: California. Department of Transportation. Office of Project Planning & DesignPublish On: 1995
1-30.90 HYDRAULICS bis 22 1-30.90 HYDRAULICS as c changes that
GENERAL The responsibility for hydraulic design policies and procedures rests
with OPPD ; the district unit that performs the project drainage design is
responsible for ...
Author: California. Department of Transportation. Office of Project Planning & Design
For flat , mildly sloping areas : Q = 12.3 A ( DR ) 0.833 ( 4 ) where , Q A ( DR )
design discharge in ft3 / s ; drainage area in mile . ( 3 ) U.S. Department of Interior
, Bureau of Reclamation , “ Drainage manual ” , U.S. Govt . Printing Office ...
This common denominator is drainage standards that are laid out in a drainage manual . Such a drainage manual covers all aspects of drainage planning
including policy , design criteria , applicable laws , and guidelines for
development of ...
Author: Richard H. French
Publisher: Amer Society of Civil Engineers
Category: Technology & Engineering
This collection contains 127 papers on hydraulics and hydrology related to arid regions presented at the International Symposium on the Hydraulics and Hydrology of Arid Lands, held in San Diego, California, July 30-August 3, 1990.
Author: American Association of State Highway and Transportation OfficialsPublish On: 1994
For wide bridges with more than three lanes in each direction , special design of
bridge deck drainage and / or special rough road surfaces may be needed to
reduce the potential for hydroplaning . Water flowing downgrade in the roadway ...
Author: American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials