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Seybert, Thomas A. Stormwater Management for Land Development
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Thomas A. Seybert

Stormwater Management for Land Development

Methods and Calculations for Quantity Control

€ 165.95

Starting from the basics, Stormwater Management for Land Development builds a thorough understanding of fluid dynamics and hydrology before presenting the reader with practical methods and designs to control and divert stormwater. It ends with an innovative chapter covering water quality issues and how they can influence the site design.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
PREFACE xi
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xv
1 INTRODUCTION TO STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
1(10)
1.1 Introduction
1(1)
1.2 Effect of Land Development
1(1)
1.3 Stormwater Design Criteria
2(2)
1.4 Comprehensive and Innovative Design
4(4)
1.5 Book Organization
8(3)
2 FLUID PROPERTIES AND BASIC STATICS
11(23)
2.1 Introduction
11(1)
2.2 Units
12(3)
2.3 Fluid Properties
15(5)
2.4 Pressure
20(6)
2.5 Forces on Submerged Objects
26(5)
2.6 Buoyant Force
31(3)
3 FLUID FLOW
34(32)
3.1 Introduction
34(1)
3.2 Flow Rate
35(2)
3.3 Conservation of Mass
37(3)
3.4 Energy Methods
40(3)
3.5 Bernoulli Equation
43(4)
3.6 Energy Losses
47(9)
3.7 General Energy Equation
56(2)
3.8 The Orifice
58(8)
4 OPEN CHANNEL FLOW
66(32)
4.1 Introduction
66(1)
4.2 Flow Classifications
67(2)
4.3 Hydraulic Radius and Depth
69(2)
4.4 Flow Behavior
71(2)
4.5 Steady Uniform Flow
73(9)
4.6 Specific Energy and Critical Depth
82(4)
4.7 Channel Sizing
86(2)
4.8 Circular Conduits Flowing Full or Partially Full
88(2)
4.9 The Weir
90(8)
5 HYDROLOGY, WATERSHEDS, AND SOILS
98(22)
5.1 Introduction
98(1)
5.2 The Hydrologic Cycle and Water Budget
99(3)
5.3 Watersheds
102(9)
5.4 Soils and Infiltration
111(5)
5.5 Watershed versus Site Hydrology
116(4)
6 RAINFALL
120(25)
6.1 Introduction
120(1)
6.2 Rainfall Characteristics
121(5)
6.3 VDF and IDF Charts
126(4)
6.4 Design Storms
130(15)
7 TRAVEL TIME
145(34)
7.1 Introduction
145(1)
7.2 Time of Concentration
145(3)
7.3 Sheet Flow
148(5)
7.4 Concentrated Flow
153(4)
7.5 Mixed Sheet and Concentrated Flow
157(5)
7.6 Channel or Pipe Flow
162(2)
7.7 Segmental Flow Analysis
164(5)
7.8 NRCS Segmental Method
169(2)
7.9 NRCS Lag Equation
171(2)
7.10 Comparison of Methods
173(6)
8 RUNOFF DEPTH AND PEAK FLOW
179(36)
8.1 Introduction
179(1)
8.2 Runoff Curve Number Method
180(17)
8.3 NRCS Graphical Peak Discharge Method
197(7)
8.4 Rational Peak Flow
204(11)
9 HYDROGRAPHS
215(42)
9.1 Introduction
215(2)
9.2 Unit Hydrograph Concepts
217(7)
9.3 NRCS Dimensionless Unit Hydrograph
224(10)
9.4 Delmarva Unit Hydrograph
234(2)
9.5 NRCS Tabular Hydrograph
236(11)
9.6 Rational Hydrograph
247(10)
10 ROUTING METHODS 257(27)
10.1 Introduction
257(1)
10.2 Channel Routing
258(2)
10.3 Muskingum Channel Routing
260(9)
10.4 Muskingum-Cunge Channel Routing
269(3)
10.5 Modified Puls Basin Routing
272(12)
11 DRAINAGE CONVEYANCE AND CONTROL 284(42)
11.1 Introduction
284(1)
11.2 Swales and Open Channels
285(11)
11.3 Storm Sewer Design
296(16)
11.4 Culverts
312(14)
12 MULTIPLE-EVENT DETENTION DESIGN 326(32)
12.1 Introduction
326(1)
12.2 Detention Volume Estimates
327(5)
12.3 Multiple-Stage Outlet Flow Analysis
332(5)
12.4 Storage and Outlet Design Procedure
337(2)
12.5 Design Example
339(19)
APPENDIX A DEVELOPMENT OF THE MANNING EQUATION 358(3)
APPENDIX B DEVELOPMENT OF THE MUSKINGUM ROUTING EQUATIONS 361(3)
APPENDIX C DETAILED CALCULATIONS FOR EXAMPLE 11.4 364(3)
APPENDIX D MOODY DIAGRAM 367(2)
INDEX 369
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Hardback
392 pagina's
Januari 2006
680 gram
248 x 171 x 25 mm
John Wiley & Sons us

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