Storm Water Drainage System Design

Start Date
09/20/2013
End Date
09/20/2023
Description
Highway, construction and municipal engineers, site developers and planners will be particularly interested in learning methods for calculating and designing to accommodate storm water runoff. The Rational Method is used for the class examples. The basics of storm water pipe design are discussed. Rules of thumb needed to properly design storm water pipe are presented. The Manning equation is presented for determining the Q vs. diameter relationship for the full flow condition, and partial flow diagrams are utilized for conditions of flow other than full.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Water / Stormwater Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
3.0
Learning Outcomes
1) Learn methods for calculating and designing to accommodate storm water runoff.
2) Learn the rules of thumb needed to properly design storm water pipe are presented.
3) Learn the Manning equation for determining the Q vs. diameter relationship for the full flow condition, and partial flow diagrams are utilized for conditions of flow other than full.
Instructors
Dr. S. Rod Jenkins
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Course Codes
Provider
Engineering Continuing Education


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